Ballantine Hall Renovation

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Indiana University

Bloomington, Indiana


Ballantine Hall, a 305,420 GSF (with parking) academic classroom building, is being renovated as part of the third phase of the multiphase Old Crescent Plan to modernize the older facilities on the IU Bloomington campus. Built in 1959, Ballantine Hall is one of the largest academic buildings in the United States. More than 15 percent of all in-person campus classes meet in those Ballantine classrooms.

The scoping phase of the project began with an assessment of the existing conditions, including on-site investigations, drawing review, laser scans for validating the drawings, and swing stage investigation of the envelope. The findings of this assessment along with guiding principles and specific scope requirements from the University were used to generate drawings, narratives, and a list of potential scope items, with individual pricing, which was used to build the project scope.


Architecture, Engineering, Interior Design, Planning