Oregon State University Nash Hall

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Nash Hall, a six-story, 108,000 SF facility, houses the Microbiology and Fisheries and Wildlife departments at OSU. Andersen completed $11 million worth of renovations to the building, including updates to the HVAC, piping and electrical systems. A new roof-top cooling tower, fire sprinkler and alarm system will be installed, along with retrofitting two main air handlers. Interior finishes will also be upgraded, including replacing institutional windows that date back to the original construction in 1969.

Location

Corvallis, OR

Owner

Oregon State University

Architect

gLAs Architects

Square Footage

108,000 SF

"Andersen Construction completed an extremely complicated HVAC renovation and window replacement of Nash Hall which is a biological research and teaching facility at Oregon State University. I would highly recommend Andersen for their professional, courteous and consistently excellent work and communication skills during the project. Andersen was more than accommodating and patient in meeting the needs of the various research groups while their lab spaces were under construction. It goes without saying that a well-managed construction crew must have leadership that sets the stage for excellence on the job. They take to heart the concerns and needs of the occupants and are great communicators."


Cindy L. Fisher

Nash Hall Building Manager, Oregon State University