Computer Lab Renovation at Glass Hall
MSI Constructors was hired to renovate the computer lab in Glass Hall at Missouri State University. The project consisted of carpentry, mechanical and electrical trades. The demolition consisted of removing existing computer lab walls, ceilings, doors, windows, electrical, mechanical and any miscellaneous materials. The install consisted of framing in a larger computer laboratory with a new lighting package, walls, windows, and paint; all providing a new feel and aesthetic to the space.
- Removed (4) interior rooms and one large classroom within the 2nd floor computer laboratory, removed all associated walls, doors, ceiling grid and tile.
- Removed old electrical system and associated conduits to prepare for new upgraded electrical system.
- Raised duct work in space to allow for 12ft. ceilings in lieu of the existing 8ft ceilings.
- Removed old plaster off concrete column to prepare for exposed look upon completion of the project.
- Walls around large space to make one large computer laboratory.
- Glass 4ft above finished floor around space to give students in hallways a view into the new computer laboratory.
- Soffit in center of laboratory to show off existing concrete beam and column.
- New doors, frames and millwork for copying space.
- New electrical service, lighting package, all new electrical outlets in floors and walls.