Williams College Facilities

Chronological List of Architecture

1791-93 West College (West Township original name of Williamstown)
Remodeled 1855 – central door out and north and south doors cut in. Remodeled 1904 and north door sealed up.
1801 President’s House (Samuel Sloan House)
Front part only; woodwork imported from Boston
1828 Griffin Hall (Edward Dorr Griffin)
Originally had double entrance and stood near Main St. Built by President Griffin at a cost of $6,000; served as chapel until 1859 (when Goodrich Hall was built), library built 1847, and lecture room; moved to northeast in 1904 and remodeled. The building was originally called “the brick chapel,” and was named Griffin Hall in 1859.
Architect: Harding and Seaver
1837 Hopkins Observatory (Albert Hopkins)
Built by Professor Albert Hopkins and students near East College. Moved in the 1850′s to the south end of the Berkshire Quad. In 1962, it was moved to the north end of the Berkshire Quad.Cost: $2,075
1842 East College
Rebuilt – the original building of 1798 burned in 1841. In 1907 larger doorways added.
Designed by J.S. Oakman ’99.
1842 South College (Fayerweather Hall)
Gold Coast addition to south in 1905 and the building renamed Fayerweather.
Architect: Allen & Collens
1846 Lawrence Hall (Amos Lawrence)
Octagonal Library, cost $7,000.
Architect: Thomas Tefft, (Providence).
East and west wings 1890; additions at rear in 1915, 1926, 1938. Became Art Museum in 1926.
1859 Goodrich Hall (John Zaccheus Goodrich)
Chapel and Alumni Hall – shift to stone (local dolomite) and to Gothic.
Architect: Gervase Wheeler
1882 Morgan Hall (Edwin Denison Morgan)
First campus building to be connected to a College heating plant. It was the first dorm to have plumbing, including indoor bathrooms.
Architect: J.C. Cady and Co. (N.Y.C.)
1886 Lasell Gymnasium (Edward Lasell ’28 and Josiah Lasell ’84)
Architect: J.C. Cady and Co. (N.Y.C.)
1893 Thompson Scientific Laboratories
Architect: Francis Allen (Allen & Collens)
(designed all three and rebuilt the chemistry building).
Chemistry Laboratory burned 1915, rebuilt 1916; enlarged and modernized 1941.
1897 Hopkins Hall (Mark Hopkins)
Based on Romanesque style of Henry Hobson Richardson;
memorial to Mark Hopkins (d. 1887).
Cost: $87,000
Architect: Francis Allen and Kenway (Boston)
1899 Jesup Hall (Morgan Ketchum Jesup)
Campus center, orange brick, painted yellow
Architect: George Tilden
Remodeled 1908 by John S. Oakman ’99
1902 College Garage
1905 Berkshire Hall (renamed Ebenezer Fitch Hall in 1963)
Architect: Francis R. Allen (Allen and Collens)
1905 Goodrich Hall
Remodeled and named Goodrich.
1905 Thompson Memorial Chapel (Frederick Ferris Thompson ’56)
Compare the Gothic of Goodrich Hall
Architect: Francis R. Allen (Allen and Collens)
Windows: The Church Decorating Company (N.Y.)
1905 Wood House (Hamilton B. Wood ’10)
Architect: John B. Snook, Inc. (New York)
1908 Currier Hall (Lura Ormsbee Currier)
Architect: Robins and J.S Oakman ’99
1908 Clark Hall (Edward Clark ’31) (Geology)
Old Clark Hall (wooden) pulled down 1886
Architect: Frank Wallis and William J. Rogers
1909 Spencer House (Philip Spencer)
Architect: James Purdon
1911 Thompson Hall Infirmary (Mary Clark Thompson)
Architect: Allen & Collens
1911 Williams Hall (Colonel Ephraim Williams)
Architect: (Ralph Adams) Cram, Goodhue and Ferguson
1911/12 Chapin Hall (Alfred Clark Chapin) (formerly Grace Hall named after Mrs. Chapin)
Cost: $259,313; cost of organ $45,800
Architect: (Ralph Adams) Cram, Goodhue and Ferguson
1922 Stetson Hall Library (Francis Lynde Stetson ’67)
Cost: $750,000
Architect: (Ralph Adams) Cram and Ferguson
1923 Sage Hall (Mrs. Russell Sage)
Architect: (Ralph Adams) Cram and Ferguson
Gate between Williams and Sage erected 1936
1925 Mears House (Brainerd Mears)
Architect: (Ralph Adams) Cram and Ferguson
1925 Tyler House (Lt. John Cowperthwaite Tyler ’15)
Architect: Andrews, Jones, Briscoe & Whitmore
1926 Cole Field House
Architect: Densmore, LeClare and Robbins (Boston)
1928 Lasell Extension South of Gymnasium
Architect: Densmore, LeClare and Robbins (Boston)
1928 Lehman Hall (Herbert Lehman ’99)
Architect: (Ralph Adams) Cram and Ferguson
1931 Taconic House (Fort Hoosac)
Architect: Grosvenor S. Wright
1934 Heating Plant
Architect: (Ralph Adams) Cram and Ferguson
1938 Faculty House/Alumni Center
Cost: $150,000
Architect: T.H. Ellett (N.Y.).
1938 Squash Courts
Architect: Shreve, Lamb ’04 and Harmon
1941 Adams Memorial Theatre (John Quincy Adams)
Cost: approx. $250,000
Architect: Hoyle (Cram and Ferguson)
Tech. Advisor: Stanley McCandless (Yale School of Drama)
1941 Alumni House/The Log
Architect: Kenneth Reynolds ’16
1946 Faculty Housing Project (Stetson Road Apartments-12)
Architect: Kenneth Reynolds ’16
1949-51 Thompson Physics and Biology Laboratory
Additions: $900,000
Architect: Des Granges and Steffian
1951 Weston Field House
Cost: $17,500
Designed by: Peter P. Welanetz, P.E.
1952 Alumni House
West College room addition: $28,000
Architect: Kenneth Reynolds ’16
1952 Griffin Hall
Restored: $29,000
Designed by: Peter P. Welanetz
1952 West College
Rebuilt: $225,000 (Fire 1/2/51)
Architect: Perry, Shaw, Hepburn, Kehoe and Dean
1953 Baxter Hall (James Phinney Baxter III ’14)
Cost: $1,500,000
Architect: Perry, Shaw, Hepburn, Kehoe and Dean
1953 Heating Plant
Addition: $300,000
Architect: Lockwood Greene Co.
1953 Lansing Chapman Rink and Machinery Building (William Lansing Chapman ’10)
Cost: $100,000Architect: Mollenburg and Betz
1953 Weston Field
Press Box built: $1,000
Designed by: Peter P. Welanetz, P.E.
1954 President’s House
Garage: $6,000
Designed by: Peter P. Welanetz, P.E.
1954/57 Currier Hall
Restoration and Music Department: $35,000
Designed by: Peter P. Welanetz, P.E.
1955 Baxter Hall – Rathskeller
Basement of Baxter Hall: $18,250
Designed by: Perry, Shaw, Hepburn, Kehoe and Dean & William C. Bryant
1955 Taconic Golf Club House
Cost: $70,000
Architect: Seymour Saltus
1956 East College
Rebuilt: $267,000
Architect: Cram and Ferguson
1956 Mather House (Benjamin F. Mather)
Restored: $37,000
Architects: William Gass and Peter P. Welanetz, P.E.
1956 Stetson Hall
Library Addition: $450,000
Architect: Cram and Ferguson
1957 Conversion of Electrical Distribution System
Conversion from 2300 to 4140 volts: $11,800
Designed by: Northern Berkshire Electric Co.
1957 Fayerweather Hall (Daniel F. Fayerweather)
Rebuilt: $325,000
Architect: Cram and Ferguson
1958-61 Thompson Chemistry Building
Alterations: $75,000
Designed by: A. B. Stanley and Peter P. Welanetz, P.E.
1961 Brooks House (Belvidere Brooks ’10)
Architect: Daniel O’Connell & Sons
1961 Lansing Chapman Hockey Rink
Canopy: $176,500
Architect: Lockwood Greene Co.
1961 Thompson Physics Library
Expansion: $12,000
1962 Hopkins Observatory (Albert Hopkins)
Moving of Observatory: $50,000
1962 New Planetarium – Hopkins Observatory
Cost: $25,000
Designed by: Spitz Laboratories
1962 Prospect House (Prospect Mountain)
Cost: $1,200,000
Architect: Shepley, Bulfinch, Richardson and Abbott
1962 Service Building
Cost: $200,000
Architects: William Kirby and Peter P. Welanetz, P.E.
1962 Stetson Hall – Roper Center
Addition to Stetson Library: $200,000
Architect: Hoyle, Doran and Berry
1962 Taconic Golf Club
Club House Addition: $55,000
Designed by: Peter P. Welanetz, P.E.
1963 Driscoll Dining Hall (Alfred E. Driscoll ’25)
Berkshire Quadrangle – dining/lounge building: $385,000
Architect: Shepley, Bulfinch, Richardson and Abbott
1963 Fitch House (formerly Berkshire Hall)
Restored: $180,000
Architect: The Architects Collaborative
1964 Currier Hall
Renovation: $180,000
Architect: The Architects Collaborative
1964 Thompson Chemistry Laboratory
Laboratory Remodeling: $75,000
Architect: William Kirby, Jr.
1964-65 Replacement and Extension of Steam Distribution System
Cost: $129,000
Engineer: Lockwood Greene Co.
1964-65 Thompson Memorial Chapel
Exterior major restoration
1965 Greylock Residential Houses
Design and Construction: $2,700,000
William Cullen Bryant, Franklin Carter, Washington Gladden, Mark Hopkins and Greylock Dining
Architect: The Architects Collaborative
1965 Karl E. Weston Language Lab (Karl Ephraim Weston ’96)
Alteration to former Phi Delta Theta Fraternity House
Designed by: Ralph W. Iacuessa
1968 Bronfman Science Center (Edgar M. Bronfman ’50)
Design and Construction : $3,750,000
Architect: Benjamin Thompson & Associates, Inc.
1968 Fernald House (Orlando Marcellus Fernald)
Addition: $6,200
Designed by: Ralph W. Iacuessa
1969 Clark Hall
Renovation: $350,000
Architect: Lockwood Greene Co.
1969 Lansing Chapman Rink
Total enclosure and connecting building: $900,000
Engineer: Lockwood Greene Co.
1969 Sprinkler System
Agard, Bascom, Brooks, Fort Hoosac, Perry, Spencer, Tyler, Wood: $160,000
Engineer: Automatic Sprinkler Corp.
1969 Taconic Golf Club
Alteration: $35,000
Architect: William Kirby, Jr.
1970 Heating Plant
Addition and alteration (oil storage facility): $615,000
Engineer/Architect: Lockwood Greene Co.
1970 Lasell Gym – Women’s Athletic Facility
Design and Construction: $125,000
Architect: Lockwood Greene Co.
1970 John A. Shaw Boathouse
Architect: Jonathan Rose ’63
1970 Herbert S. Towne Field House (Herbert S. Towne ’21)
Design and Construction : $1,000,000
Engineer: Lockwood Greene Co.
1971 Baxter Hall – Radio Station – WCFM
1971 Mission Park Residential Houses
(Samuel John Mills 1809; Samuel Chapman Armstrong 1862; James Bissett Pratt 1898; Tyler Dennett 1904)
Design and Construction: $5,415,000
Architect: Mitchell-Giurgola Associates
1972 Dodd Annex (formerly Williams Inn)
Williams Inn Annex #3: $39,000
Designed by: Peter P. Welanetz, P.E.
1972 Morgan Hall
Renovation: $759,000
Architect: Winthrop M. Wassenar, P.E.
1972 Tyler Annex
Cost: $532,000
Architect: Unitec Inc. and Gary Lindstrom and Associates
1973 Chaffee Tennis House (Clarence Chaffee)
Design and Construction: $13,000
Designed by: Peter P. Welanetz, P.E.
1975 Sawyer Library (John Edward Sawyer ’39)
Design and Constructioni : $4,916,000
Architect: Harry Weese and Associates
1976 Service Building
Storage building: $17,000
Fabricator: Agway Inc.
1976-77 Stetson Hall
Renovation: $744,000
Architect: Harry Weese and Associates
1977 Chapin Hall
Renovation Phase I: $400,000
Architect: Cambridge Seven Associates, Inc.
1978 Bernhard Music Center (Arnold Bernhard ’25)
Brooks-Rogers Recital Hall
(Mrs. Belvidere Brooks and Alan Rogers ’09)
Presser Choral Hall
(Theodore Presser)
Phase II: $2,300,000
Architect: Cambridge Seven Associates, Inc.
1978 Garfield House (Henry Augustus Garfield 1885)
Renovation: $501,000
Architect: Gary Lindstrom and Associates
1979 Fire Protection Safety Systems
Cost: $104,750
1982 Herbert S. Towne Field House
Storage Addition: $35,670
Architect: David J. Westall, R.A.
1983 Adams Memorial Theatre
Down stage addition: $937,000
Architect: Cambridge Seven Associates, Inc.
1983 Dimension Phone System
Purchase and installation: $42,000
1983 Faculty House/Alumni Center
Addition: $1,245,000
Architect: Cambridge Seven Associates, Inc.
1983 Lawrence Hall – Williams College Museum of Art
Phase I: $4,980,000
Architect: Moore, Grover and Harper
1984 Baxter Hall
Phase I: $916,000
Architect: John Jordan, P.A.
1984 Heating Plant
Economizer: $127,700
Engineer: Pope Engineers
1984 Jesup Hall (Morris Ketchum Jesup)
Computer Center: $1,960,500
Architect: John Jordan, P.A.
1984 Mather House
Admissions Office Renovation: $114,500
Architect: David J. Westall, R.A.
1984 Mears House
Alumni/Development Offices: $477,300
Architect: John Jordan, P.A.
1984 Spring Street
Parking Lot: $173,350Architect: William Kirby, Jr.
1984 Stetson Hall – Roper Center
Career Counseling: $113,000
Architect: John Jordan, P.A.
1984 Thompson Chemistry Lab
Lab renovations – lower level west: $189,480
1984 Weston Field Press Box
Replacement: $95,000
Architect: David J. Westall, R.A.
1985 Baxter Hall
Phase II: $515,000
Architect: John Jordan, P.A.
1985 Bronfman Science Center
Basement Classrooms: $501,000
Architect: Hallock Architects, Inc.
1985 Chandler Commercial Building (John Wesley Chandler)
Retail/office building: $700,000
Architect: Cambridge Seven Associates, Inc.
1985 Faculty Art Studio/College Garage
Renovation: $330,000
Architect: Burr and McCallum Architects
1985 President’s House
Renovation: $170,300
1985 Service Building
Garage: $257,000
Architect: David J. Westall, R.A.
1985 Taconic Golf Club
Addition – Women’s Locker Room: $200,000
Architect: William Kirby, Jr.
1985 Mary Clark Thompson Center for Health Services
Cost: $721,000
Architect: David J. Westall, R.A.
1985 Thompson Physics Lab
Renovation: $895,500
Architect: Hallock Architects, Inc.
1985 Williams Oxford
Improvements: $607,000
Architect: The Oxford Architects Partnership
1986 Cole Field House
Renovation: $105,000
Architect: David J. Westall, R.A.
1986 Lawrence Hall – Williams College Museum of Art
Phase II: $2,571,500
Architect: Centerbrook Architects, Inc.
1986 Thompson Hall
Conversion to Dorm: $377,000
Architect: Hallock Architects, Inc.
1986 Williams Club, New York
Cost: $520,500
1987 John Wesley Chandler Athletic Facility and Lasell Renovations
Feasibility Study: $35,000
Design and Construction : $16,282,000
Retail Space/Athletic Offices: $700,000
Architect: Cambridge Seven Associates, Inc.
General Contractor: Fontaine Brothers
1987 Mears West
Renovated for Alumni Office expansion: $556,400
Architect: John Jordan, P.A.
1987 Weston Field
New Plansky Track (Tony Plansky) and relocate baseball field: $1,243,100Architect: Saratoga Associates
1987-92 Thompson Biology Lab
1987-88 Lab Renovation – Phase I: $273,985
1988-89 Lab Renovation – Phase II: $204,680
1988-89 Lab Renovation – Phase III: $ 70,150
1991-92 Lab Renovation – Phase IV: $ 64,226
1988 Grundy’s Garage
Purchased: $445,000
1988 Lasell Gym
Renovation: $3,000,000
Architect: Cambridge Seven Associates, Inc.
1989 Clark Hall (Edward Clark 1831)
Geology Lab Renovation: $117,913
1989 Fayerweather Hall
Renovation: $400,000
1989 Heating Plant
Co-generation: $340,900
Architect: vanZelm, Heywood, & Shadford
1989 Hopkins Hall
Renovations and new addition: $9,300,000
Architect: Architectural Resources Cambridge, Inc.
General Contractor: Barry Bette and Led Duke
1989 Weston Language Center
Phases I-IV: $1,037,125
Architect: William Kirby, Jr. & David J. Westall, R.A.
1990 Computer Network Equipment
Cost: $2,665,050
1990 Jenness House (Arthur Freeman Jenness)
Multicultural Center
Cost: $27,300
1990 Jewish Religious Center
Design and Construction: $1,457,450
Architect: Herbert Newman Associates AIA, P.C.
General Contractor: GSS Construction
1990-91 Mission Park
Renovations – Phases I-III: $2,885,000
1991 East College
Renovation: $330,412
1991 Sawyer Library Automation
Cost: $650,000
1991 Pine Cobble Faculty Housing Subdivision
Cost: $7,612,000
1991 Williams Oxford
Renovation: $75,000
1992 Danforth Block
Renovation: $815,798
1992 Morgan Hall
Renovations: $1,572,568
Architect: Weese Langley Weese
1993 Currier Hall
Renovation and refurbishment: $685,082
1993 Dodd House (Cyrus Morris Dodd 1855)
Renovation and refurbishment: $886,702
1993 Poker Flats (formerly Stetson Road Apartments)
Conversion to student housing: $1,600,000
Architect: Einhorn Yaffee Prescott
1993 Sawyer/Hopkins Hall
Air Conditioning: $745,942
1993 Sawyer Library
Renovation: $3,200,000
Architect: Weese Langley Weese
1994 Bascom House (John Bascom 1849)
Renovation: $537,846
1994 Fitch House (Ebenezer Fitch)
Renovation: $944,270
1994 Perry House (Arthur Latham Perry 1852)
Renovation: $968,874
1994 Spencer House (Philip Spencer)
Renovation: $845,046
Architect: EDM
1995 Kellogg House – Center for Environmental Studies (Ebenezer Kellogg)
Matt Cole Library addition: $350,729
Architect: Ann Beha Associates
1996 Center for Development Economics
Renovation: $1,239,862
1996 Goodrich House (Frank Goodrich)
Renovation: $141,168
Architect: Christopher Williams
1996 WLS Spencer Studio Art Building (Wadsworth Littleford Stegeman)
Design and Construction: $5,606,660
Architect: Carlos Jiminez Associates/Cambridge Seven Associates
1996 Williams Hall/Sage Hall
Renovation: $9,797,306
Architect: Einhorn Yaffee Prescott
General Contractor: Barry Bette and Led Duke
1997 Cole Field House
Renovation: $1,727,923
Additional Funding: $247,000
Architect: Baron & Hammer
1997 Droppers House (Garrett Droppers)
Renovation/Addition: $52,071
Architect: Christopher Williams
1997 Griffin Hall
Phases I-III: $2,750,000
Architect: Childs Bertman Tseckares
1997 Simon Squash Courts (Carol Girard and Cynthia Stewart Simon Squash Center)
Renovation: $3,800,000
Architect: Wurmfeld Associates
1997 Susan Hopkins House (Susan Sedgwick Hopkins)
Renovation: $160,094
Additional Funding: $67,000
1997 Woodbridge House
Renovation: $244,940
Additional Funding: $117,000
1998 Clarence Chaffee Tennis House
Torrence M. Hunt ’44 Tournament Courts
Rebuilt tennis house and court improvements: $279,668
Todd Hunt Tennis Center: $167,694
Architect: Christopher Williams
1998 Doughty House (William H. Doughty Jr. 1898)
Renovation and refurbishment: $362,973
1998 Mears House
Renovation/AC: $220,339
1998 Seeley House (Charles F. Seeley)
Restoration: $54,563
1998 Thompson Hall Dorm
Renovation: $1,121,774
Architect: Thomas Bartels
1999 Class of 1937 House/Children’s Center
Renovation: $395,187
Architect: Dignard Architectural Services
1999 East/Fayerweather
Single Sex Bathrooms: $532,462
Architect: H.P. Rovinelli Architects
1999 Fernald House
Renovation/Code Issues: $209,665
1999 Ft. Hoosac Renovation
Renovation: $167,222
Architect: Bob Holdridge
1999 Goodrich Hall
Conversion to Student Activity Center: $2,430,251
Architect: Bruner/Cott Associates
Refurbish and install Tenney Window: $12,150
Cummings Studios
1999 Greylock Housing
Code Deficiencies and Network Cabling: $244,000
1999 Mt. Hope/Elm Tree House
Renovation/Code Work: $538,966
Architect: Einhorn Yaffee Prescott
1999 Tyler House-Phase I
Renovation: $50,000
1999 West College
Renovation: $850,074
Architect: Primary Group
1999 Wood House (Hamilton B. Wood ’10)
Renovation: $1,047,897
Architect: Primary Group
2000 Brooks House
Renovation: $933,559
Architect: Thomas Bartels
2000 Garfield House
Renovation: $313,515
Architect: Thomas Bartels
2000 Greylock Housing-Bryant/Mark Hopkins
Renovation: $2,500,000
Architect: Black River Design
Contractor: MLB
2000 Lambert House (Anna Elizabeth Lambert)
Renovation: $105,862
Architect: Mollenburg and Betz
2000 Milham House (Willis I. Milham 1894)
Renovation: $244,611
2000 Weston Field Grandstand
Relocation and Renovation: $254,745
Architect: Christopher Williams
2001 The Carl W. Vogt ’58 House (formerly 63 Park Street)
Renovation: $1,594,717
Sitework: $150,000
Architect: Mark Hammer
2001 American Legion
New Construction: $791,205
Architect: Hill Architects
2001 Chaffee Tennis House
Todd Hunt Tennis Center
Construction of Additional Courts: $167,694
2001 Dodd Dining Renovation
Renovation: $1,045,705
Architect: Centerline
General Contractor: Cutler
2001 Greylock Housing-Carter/Gladden
Renovation: $3,268,596
Architect: Black River Design
Contractor: MLB
2001 Heating Plant Upgrade
Upgrade: $969,859
2001 Hubbell House (Mary Hubbell)
Renovation: $276,543
Architect: David Westall
General Contractor: Renau
2001 Parsons House (Eben B. Parsons 1859)
Renovation: $245,827
Architect: David Westall
2001 Tyler Annex Renovation
Renovation: $966,457
Architect and General Contractor: Breadloaf
2001 Tyler House Renovation-Phase II
Renovation: $1,282,174
Architect and General Contractor: Breadloaf
2001 Morley Science Laboratories and Schow Science Library
Edward William Morley/Nan and Howard Schow
Science Library and Thompson Labs Renovations: $47,827,700
Architect: Einhorn Yaffee Prescott/Zimmer Gunsul Frasca
General Contractor: Gilbane Building Company
2002 Alumni House/The Log Renovation
Renovation: $104,874
Architect: David Westall
General Contractor: Renau
2002 Heating Plant Upgrade
Boiler 3 Replacement: $3,300,000Electrical Cogeneration: $2,700,000
Auxiliary Systems: $693,889
Architect: Childs Bertman Tseckares
General Contractor: Pizzagalli
2002 Mather House
Relocation to Stetson Court and Renovation: $497,187
Architect: Thomas Bartels
General Contractor: Renau
2002 Mission Park Dining Renovation Phase I
Renovation: $3,061,876
Architect: Centerline
General Contractor: Breadloaf
2002 Thompson Hall Student Parking Lot
Design and Construction: $300,339
Architect: Halvorson
2003 Bascom House Renovation
Conversion to Admissions: $408,622
Architect: EDM
General Contractor: Renau
2003 Brooks B Parking Lot Expansion
Expansion: $166,604
Engineer: Vince Guntlow
Contractor: Petricca
2003 Lansing Chapman Rink Renovation
Renovation: $922,021
Dasher Boards: $167,938
Engineer: RFS
Contractor: American Refrigeration
2003 MSL Neuroscience Lab 022
Animal Lab Conversion: $254,012
Paul Solomon’s Office: $19,394
Architect: Einhorn Yaffee Prescott
General Contractor: Tierney
2003 Parking Garage
Design: $400,000
Sitework and Construction: $5,393,158
Architect: William Rawn Associates
General Contractor: Barr & Barr
2003-04 High Voltage Distribution System Expansion
Expansion: $349,974
Electrical System Repairs: $775,000
Engineering Consultant: vanZelm, Heywood and Shadford
General Contractor: Pizzagalli
2003-04 Mission Park Renovation Phase II
Student Life Improvements: $1,835,376
Network Upgrade: $650,000
Life Safety and ADA: $3,283,919
Architect: Centerline
General Contractor: Breadloaf
2003-04 33 Tenison Road, Cambridge, England
Purchase and Renovation: $1,142,155
2004 Baxter Hall
Demolished 10/2004
2004 Central Chilled Water Plant
Planning, Site Work and Preliminary Design: $250,000
Construction: $4,180,587
Architect: William Rawn Associates
General Contractor: Barr & Barr
2004 Chadbourne House Renovation (Paul Ansel Chadbourne)
Design: $50,000
Renovation: $497,798
Architect: EDM
General Contractor: Renau
2004 Renzie Lamb Synthetic Turf Field
Cost: $1,993,460
Architect/General Contractor: Clark Companies
2004 New Baseball Field-Cole Field
Bobby Coombs Baseball Field: $510,814
2004 North Campus Utilities Phase I
Cost: $3,500,000
Chilled Water to Chapin: $350,000
Engineer: VanZelm Heywood & Shadford
General Contractor: Breadloaf
2004 Southworth School Renovation
Acquisition: $400,000
Design and Conversion: $5,504,500
Architect: Black River Design
General Contractor: Engelberth
2004-2012 Stetson/Sawyer Project
Programming: $1,000,000
Design: $2,000,000
Design: $2,000,000
Design Completion and Construction: $123,000,000
Architect: Bohlin Cywinski Jackson
General Contractor: Barr & Barr
2004 Thompson Memorial Chapel
Centennial Celebration Restoration – $414,424
Windows-Lead Replacement – $106,619
Architect: Ryan-Biggs
General Contractor: Allegrone
2004-05 Prospect House Renovation Phase I and II
Student Life Improvements: $1,953,089
Renovation: $3,473,180
Radio Station: $423,390
Architect: Black River Design
General Contractor: MLB
2005 AMT Renovation
Improvements: $1,762,027Renovation: $3,200,173
Architect: William Rawn Associates
General Contractor: Barr & Barr
2005 B&L Building
Acquisition: $300,000
Design, Demolition and Construction: $3,401,104
Additional Funding: $670,000
Architect: Burr & McCallum
General Contractor: Tierney
2005 Class of ’62 Center for Theatre and Dance
Project Cost: $52,194,310
Design and Construction: 50,300,000
Additional funding: $1,500,000
Theater Consultant: Robert Davis, Inc.
Architect: William Rawn Associates
General Contractor: Barr & Barr
2005 Eph’s Monument and Gravesite Restoration
Restoration: $323,487
Architect: Elmore Design
General Contractor: E.T. O’Connor
2006 Agard Renovation
Design: $100,000
Renovation: $1,899,349
Architect: Woodward, Connor, Gillies , Seleman
General Contractor: Renau
2006 Fernald House
Demolished 9/12/06
2006 North Campus Utilities Phase II
Cost: $2,777,039
Engineer: VanZelm, Heywood and Shadford
General Contractor: Barr & Barr
2006 Morgan Hall Renovation
Design: $200,000
Construction: $6,089,058
Architect: Black River Design
General Contractor: Barr & Barr
2006 Wireless Implementation: $572,427
2007 Children’s Center
Expansion Feasibility Analysis: $34,992
Site Selection: $75,000
Design: $370,575
Design and Construction: $5,775,000
Architect: D.W. Arthur Associates Architects
Contractor: Engleberth
2007 Fitch House Cornice Repair
Design: $60,000
Construction: $1,109,000
Architect: MCWB/Ryan-Biggs
General Contractor: Allegrone
2007 Paresky Center (David Paresky ’60 and Linda Paresky)
Programming and Pre-design: $1,000,000
Design Consultants: $2,500,000
Construction: $35,200,000
Contaminated Soil Clean-Up:
Additional Funding – $8,500,000
Architect: The Polshek Partnership
General Contractor: Breadloaf
2008 Athletic Complex
Master Planning: $200,000
2008 Garfield
Renovation design: $200,000
2008 Goodrich Hall
Great Hall Structural Repair: $400,000
2008 Kellogg House
Relocation and Renovation
2007-08 Off-Site Storage Building
Simonds Road Property Purchase and Development: $2,350,000
General Contractor: Barr & Barr
2008-09 Weston Field Improvements
Design and Construction: $17,600,000
Architect: Moser Pilon Nelson/Clark Companies
General Contractor: Daniel O’Connell’s Sons, Inc.
2008 Weston Language Center
Renovation