University of Scranton | St. Thomas Hall Renovations

Univ of Scranton St Thomas

Project Name

St.Thomas Hall Renovations

Location

Scranton, PA

Project Description

The St. Thomas Hall renovations were performed on portions of the 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th floors. The project scope included interior renovations to faculty offices, classrooms, corridors and restroom, as well as a new Jesuit Center. The work included selective demolition, carpentry, interior storefronts, doors and hardware, metal framing and drywall, ceilings, flooring, painting, millwork and casework, HVAC, plumbing, fire protection, electrical and telecommunications systems. Work commenced after the school year was completed and ready for the University’s Fall semester.

Quandel is currently working on Phase 2 of the St. Thomas Renovations project at the University of Scranton, which includes renovations to the Treasurer’s office, northwest entry, lobby stairs and 2nd floor faculty offices. The northwest entry is being totally demolished and will be reconstructed with finishes to match the North Commons Entrance of the Loyola Science Center. The Lobby will receive new ceramic wall tile, handrails and upgrades to the existing elevator. The Treasurer’s office will be reconfigured  to better serve the University’s needs. The eastern part of the work area consisted of existing classrooms which are being transformed into faculty offices and a student interaction area, similar to those in the new science center.

Square Footage

24,000 Sq. Ft.

Owner’s Name

Univeristy of Scranton

Architect

Hemmler + Camayd