GH2 was selected to design a two-phase rehabilitation of Wilson Hall, the original women's dormitory at Northeastern State University built in 1936. The 60,000-square foot dorm, will be converted into Liberal Arts classrooms and offices, consolidating the program into one physical space. Phase I was recently completed and included exterior stabilization of the building. Phase II will be the rehabilitation of the existing space, converting it from dorms into classrooms.
The building has never been conditioned, and the existing electrical and plumbing systems are outdated and no longer meet code. The second phase of the project entails adding new mechanical, plumbing and electrical equipment to support the new use of the facility.
Location: Tahlequah, Oklahoma
Size: 60,000 ft2
Services: Architecture, Design
Market: Higher Education, Historic Preservation