South Coast Improvement Co. converted three former conference rooms into 4 work/study areas for graduate students working for the Comparative Zoology and Entomology Department.
Each suite included a desk/workstation with data links and updated furniture.
The conversion of suite B23 into office space for the museum staff.
New mechanical equipment and controls, sprinkler modifications, and new finishes are consistent with the historical nature of the building.
Additional scope was added during the project and was performed without extending the schedule.
“The goal of renovations at educational and institutional facilities, like the Natural History Museum, is to create an exceptional final product and cause minimal disruption to staff and students in the process.”
Tom Quinlan, President
South Coast Improvement Company