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Missouri Southern State University

Reynolds Hall (Math and Science) Remodel

HERA was initially commissioned to provide a master plan for the entire Reynolds Hall building. Phased options were investigated and weighed against available funding and the move management of the departments. The final Phase 1 solution consolidates the Chemistry Department (general, organic, and advanced chemistry and instrumentation), Physics, and Geology on the upper floor and allows for the construction of a new microbiology suite and general biology suite on the first floor. This first phase also includes support offices and a tiered lecture hall, and it addresses the client’s available construction budget and equipment allocation.

The envisioned Phase 2 renovation will complete the Reynolds Hall remodel project. A Phase 3 addition to the building will provide the required lecture spaces to support the anticipated student population growth. The estimated total project cost for the three phases is $19.6 million, including allocations for laboratory equipment and furniture and office equipment.

Location

Joplin, Missouri

Size

53,784 GSF

Services

Master planning, programming, lab planning and design, equipment planning

Architect

Paragon Architecture

Engineer

CJD

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