November 3, 2014

New Statler Entryway to Lower Energy Costs for Hotel School

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As part of a master plan for improving facilities in the School of Hotel Administration, a $3.7 million renovation of the front entrance to Statler Hall was completed on time and on budget last month, according to Andrew Magre ’91, director of capital projects management.

KSS Architects began planning the project over a year ago, and construction began over the summer, according to Magre. The renovation was intended to solve issues of cold air infiltration, add 1,600 square feet of new space on the second floor and update the exterior appearance of the building.

The new Statler Hall entryway aims to maintain heat in the building’s atrium and reduce energy costs. (Ryan Landvater / Sun Senior Photographer)