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Room 1-190

2018

Lecture Hall 1-190

December 2017 to August 2018

The renovation of Lecture Hall 1-190 included a redesigned layout with tiered seating to improve sightlines. The room received new wall, ceiling, and floor treatments; a multi-projector A/V system; energy-efficient LED lighting; improved HVAC and climate control; sliding chalkboards; motorized sun and blackout window shades; acoustical enhancements; and new, fixed tablet armchairs.


2017

Lecture Room 35-225

January to August 2017

The renovation of 35-225 included new flooring, walls, and ceiling finishes; new windows and motorized blackout and sun window shades; a redesigned layout to improve student sightlines; fixed tables and chairs with electrical outlets at each seat; sliding chalkboards; video projectors for single and multiscreen presentations; energy-efficient LED lighting and new HVAC system; and wireless network access.


2016

Rooms 5-232 and 36-372

January 2016

Renovations to Rooms 5-232 and 36-372 included new walls, floors, ceilings, lighting, and HVAC systems; energy-efficient LED lighting, motorized sun and blackout window shades, LCD video projection with HDMI and VGA inputs, motorized projection screens, single ceiling-mounted video projectors, and wireless network access. Room 5-232 additionally received a new seminar table and chairs; 36-372 received sliding chalkboards.

Classrooms in Building 2 and Room E52-164

Summer 2013 to January 2016

This renovation project encompassed ten classrooms and two lecture facilities. One included Lecture Hall 2-190 and ten classrooms: 2-131, 2-132, 2-135, 2-136, 2-139, 2-142, 2-143, 2-146, 2-147, and 2-151. The second included Lecture Room E52-164.

The classrooms received new walls, floors, ceilings, and HVAC systems; sliding chalkboards; energy-efficient LED lighting; new windows and motorized sun and blackout window shades; and video projectors. Rooms 2-131, 2-142, 2-190, and E52-164 received lecture capture technology. In Rooms E52-164 and 2-190 we added tiered seating, electrical outlets at each seat, and sliding chalkboards.

Classrooms in Building 4 and Lecture Hall 26-100

Summer 2016

Four classrooms in Building 4 (4-148, 4-152, 4-158, 4-162, and 4-364) were renovated. Updates included new walls, carpeting, ceilings, and HVAC systems; LCD video projection screens and document cameras; energy-efficient LED lighting; sliding whiteboards; improved acoustics at doors, windows, and ceilings; motorized sun and blackout window shades; and new tablet armchairs.

Renovations to Lecture Hall 26-100 included new fixed seating; acoustic wall panels, paint, and flooring; chalkboard and lecture capture lighting; and demo tables and podium.


2015

Boynton Hall (Room 6-120)

Spring and Summer 2015

Renovations to Boynton Hall (Room 6-120) included new seating, flooring, walls, and ceiling; sliding chalkboards and tiered seating; electrical outlets at each seat; new windows and motorized blackout and sun window shades; three video projectors for single and multiscreen presentation; energy-efficient LED lighting and new HVAC system; and wireless network access.


2014

Lecture Halls 4-270 and 4-370, Lecture Room 2-105, and Seminar Room 2-103

Fall 2012 to January 2014

Renovations to four classrooms in Buildings 2 and 4 included new walls, floors, ceilings, and HVAC systems; new windows and motorized blackout and sun window shades; video projectors; and wireless network access. Additionally, Rooms 2-105, 4-270, and 4-370 received sliding chalkboards, tiered seating, and electrical outlets at each seat. A new seminar table was added to Room 2-103.


2013

Classrooms in Building E17

Fall 2012 to Spring 2013

Six new classrooms (Rooms E17-122, E17-128, E17-129, E17-133, E17-136, E17-139) and two small study rooms were constructed on the first floor of E17. Work on this project included new walls, floors, ceilings, lighting, and HVAC systems; sliding chalkboards; new tables and chairs; motorized blackout and sun window shades; single ceiling-mounted video projector; two motorized projection screens; and wireless network access.