Colorado School of Mines – Chauvenet Hall Laboratory Remodel

Chauvenet Hall, on the Colorado School of Mines campus, comprises two turn-of-the-century buildings that were combined into a single facility in 1955. 360 Engineering provided mechanical and plumbing system design for a remodel that upgraded an existing first-floor laboratory including the creation of office space for graduate students. Lab renovations included adding a new fume hood; eye wash station, deionized (DI) water, vacuum, compressed air systems; and an additional sink. The new mechanical and plumbing systems bring the laboratory up to code and accommodate the reuse of space.

Location

Golden, Colorado

Owner

Colorado School of Mines

Client

Bret Johnson Architecture

Category

Education
Laboratory