Iowa State University - Morrill Hall

Ames, IA

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Architecture Overview:

This project rehabilitated an 1890 building into a museum and office space. The renovated building includes exterior additions, elevator, interior mechanical, electrical and fire sprinkler systems. Morrill Hall is ISU's first LEED Silver certified building.

Interior Design Overview:

This project rehabilitated an 1890 building into a museum and office space. The renovated building includes exterior additions, elevator, interior mechanical, electrical and fire sprinkler systems. Morrill Hall is ISU's first LEED Silver certified building.

Lighting Design Overview:

Sustainability Overview:

The Morrill Hall project posed two distinct challenges: The successfull rehabilition of a building on the National Regiater of Historic Places, and designing the first LEED Certified building for Iowa State University.


  • CLIENT: Iowa State University
  • COMPLETE: April 2007
  • SIZE:
    25,600 Sq. Ft. Renovation
  • AWARDS:
    • AIA Iowa Chapter - Sustainable Design Program: "Cradle to Cradle" Merit Award of Excellence - 2010
    • Masonry Institute of Iowa - Architectural Design - Special Mention for Masonry Detail and Craftsmanship - 2010
    • Brick Industry Association - Silver Award for Brick in Architecture - 2010
  • SUSTAINABLE: Certified LEED for New Construction v2.1 - Silver
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