St. Lawrence University Carnegie Hall Reconstruction
The purpose of this renovation project was to provide a central unified location for the Departments of Modern Languages and Literatures and International Education, which had been located in various facilities throughout the campus.
The building was organized into four use areas, with frequency of student use, available space per floor and remaining architectural conditions and features dictating priorities.
A central open stair surrounding an elevator and faced on the east by a full building height glazed opening provided the link connecting all elements of the department.
St. Lawrence University Appleton Arena
St. Lawrence University, located in Canton,
New York, intended to upgrade its sports facilities to augment the University’s image among competing academic institutions. Teitsch-Kent-Fay Architects, P.C., designed the addition and renovation of Appleton Arena, the university’s ice arena and sports complex.
The project, completed in two phases, allowed SLU to enhance its sports programs for men’s and women’s varsity hockey, lacrosse, and field hockey.
Phase I of the project cost $2.1 million. Improvements included a new weight room, men’s and women’s varsity hockey locker rooms, training room, new coaches’ offices, public restroom facilities, and required exiting .
Phase II New construction and renovation totaled 18,000 square feet, for a cost of $4.4 million. The second phase included an addition for the Club Room, press box, concession for food services, and visiting team locker rooms.