Scoville Hall Restoration and Johnson House Renovation
Carleton College, Northfield, Minnesota
Scoville Hall Restoration - Carleton College's restoration of Scoville Hall brings the 1896 building back to its original luster. The building is on the National Register of Historic Buildings and was originally home to the campus' first library. Now home to the Admissions Office and Student Financial Services, the beautifully restored building gives a strong first impression to prospective students coming to visit campus. The building's wood archways, columns and front interior stair rail have been restored. Floors have been replaced and plaster walls repaired, windows and HVAC replaced for increased energy efficiency and electrical and data wiring have been updated to provide for new technology needs. The building is also now fully accessible.
Johnson House Renovation - After moving the Admissions Department out of Johnson House to the newly restored Scoville Hall, this building received a sprucing up before the Career Center moved in. Electrical, HVAC, audio visual and lighting upgrades were completed. New carpet and window treatments, a fresh coat of paint and some new furniture give the space an updated look.
- Scoville Hall Restoration - 14,463 sf
- Johnson House Renovation - 4,200 sf