University of Pennsylvania Wharton Steinberg Hall – Dietrich Hall Behavioral Labs

Philadelphia, PA
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Hunter Roberts performed 24,000 SF of renovations to Wharton’s Steinberg Hall-Dietrich Hall at the University of Pennsylvania. The first phase of renovations featured the demolition of the existing reprographics area on the ground floor to construct a new behavioral lab suite, including waiting and check-in areas, multiple breakout rooms and supporting offices. Renovations on the first floor 1400 suite included demolition of existing office space to construct new undergrad suite, faculty offices, multiple huddle and conference rooms, finance and accounting suites, communications suite, each having their own dedicated storage and pantry areas. The third floor work consisted of new faculty offices, conference and huddle rooms. The 3,740 SF renovations to Jon M. Huntsman Hall included resizing an existing forum level computer lab to create space for a new high-technology sail classroom.

The second phase scope included the renovation of two existing spaces in Steinberg Hall – Dietrich Hall to create a new accounting suite and classroom. The work included extensive mechanical and electrical upgrades to the existing infrastructure in both Steinberg Hall – Dietrich Hall and Huntsman Hall, including new mechanical HVAC systems and electrical systems. All glass demountable partition office fronts were installed throughout on Steinberg Hall – Dietrich Hall first and third floors. All work was performed while the facility was fully occupied. The renovations address the demand for faculty offices and conference space as well as significantly upgrading classroom technology.

Market Sector
University of Pennsylvania
27,740 SF
Completion Date
October 2020
Photo Credit
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