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Lecture Hall Student Wing
Binghamton, New York
Binghamton University

Binghamton University’s Lecture Hall Student Wing building was identified in the campus-wide Facilities Master Plan as a building that was not being used to its full potential. Its evolution since its construction in the 1960s left a 3-story building that housed a maze of administrative offices and various departments with classrooms that were located along narrow, generic corridors. The Master Plan suggested that renovations could help the campus address their shortage of classroom spaces and meet the evolving needs of a 21st century university. architecture+ programmed, designed, and oversaw construction of renovations of the first and second floors.

architecture+, along with Rickes Associates, provided additional services to complete a program study, evaluating the distribution and configuration of general purpose instructional classrooms in the building along with other spaces that support collaborative learning.

“I am very pleased to say this project came in on time and under budget . . . Many thanks for a job well done!”

Sally Oaks, Dir. of Physical Facilities Finance, Resources and Long Term Planning
Binghamton University

The human side of architecture