HARVARD UNIVERSITY – STONE HALL RENEWAL

Cambridge, MA

Size:

59,000 sf

Architect:

KieranTimberlake

Stone Hall (formally Old Quincy House) is a Neo-Georgian student residence built in 1930, with brick exterior and slate roof. Various improvements have been made to the building over the years, but generally the building layout and MEP distribution remained unchanged from the original construction.

Dimeo was retained by Harvard University for Preconstruction Services, including performing extensive investigations and documenting the fabric, structure and integrity of the building over the course of two summers before construction began.

Dimeo was then retained by Harvard for Construction Management Services to comprehensively renovate the LEED Platinum, 59,000 sf, 4-story. Scope included window & slate roof replacements, masonry restorations, reconfiguration of interior spaces, new mechanical and electrical systems and finishes throughout.

Upon completion of Stone Hall, Harvard retained Dimeo once again for the comprehensive renovation to the 100,000 sf Leverett McKinlock Residential Hall.

Photography: Michael Moran/OTTO

This project achieved LEED Platinum certification.

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