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Midwestern State University Fowler Hall Renovation

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Owner: Midwestern State University

This building, originally built in 1950 and added on to in the 1980's, was completely renovated into a new School of Engineering. Imperial Construction renovated 20,000 square feet of space and added on a three story glass atrium.  The new state of the art engineering facility features copper and glass walls and Rulon ceilings.  The glass atrium allows light to flood what was once a dark and cold environment.  

Architect: SHW Group

All work was done without distrubing the historical attributes of the structure.  Some aspects of the renovation included demolishing and re-pouring new concrete flooring, relocating the elevator and fire exits, and adding new structural steel to support the roof and second floor.  The newly renovated space contains three science labs, a computer lab, a mechanical lab, and glass study rooms overhanging the laboratory area.  Several exterior improvements were also made to the sidewalks and landscaping to enhance the aesthetics of the building.  

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