John Q. Imholte Hall, University of Minnesota Morris
John Q. Imholte Hall, part of the National Register Historic District, was in need of restoration work and additional space. The renovation addressed two strategic initiatives: improve the undergraduate experience and preserve the University’s heritage. The restoration brings the historic exterior and interior classrooms and offices back to their aesthetic splendor while adding new technologies and a large auditorium.
The building addition includes an identifiable entry, new classrooms, computer lab, new HVAC, accessibility and life safety components. The building is used by over 50% of students and is a key element in the Morris capital improvement strategy.
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ClientUniversity of Minnesota Morris
ServicesArchitecture, Historic Preservation, Interior Design
Size24,868 sq.ft. Renovation; 8,300 sq.ft. addition