Completion: October 2015
Cost: $4,000,000
Size: 35,000 SF

The Huntington building was constructed in 1989 as a bank regional processing center and consists of one grade level story. The renovation transformed the building into administrative offices for eight University departments, employing approximately 140 staff, primarily using an open office approach.

In addition, the University desired that the image of the building be improved.  An important goal was to create a visual connection between it and the remainder of campus, particularly important since this building is located off campus. A new entry design and branding visible from the highway meet this goal.

The project was phased in order to allow two of the departments to continue to occupy their current space in the building while construction is ongoing in the remainder of the building, as no swing space was available.