UW-Madison Grainger Hall - Madison, WI

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UW-Madison Grainger Hall

UW-Madison Grainger Hall
Madison, Wisconsin

UW-Grainger Hall had two existing 2,914 sq. ft. computer classrooms that would be converted to a large scale, active learning classroom that could be subdivided into two collaborative learning classrooms. The project provided modern instructional technology and wheelchair access to both the seating and demonstration areas, with the addition of a 3” raised access floor. An existing wall separating the classrooms was removed and replaced with a folding partition for use as a single 102-person capacity classroom, or two separate classrooms. Modern AV equipment was installed and integrated with the campus standard AV control system. Other updates included integrating lighting controls at the Instructor’s Station via a touchscreen control pad, providing additional writing surfaces throughout the room(s), and including new acoustic ceiling tile, grid, mechanical diffusers, and lighting. The project added 19, six-person collaborative tables with view to 64” flat screen for each table and two control stations instead of a typical desk to provide for the professor with ability to move about the room.