This was the 4th phase of the Corpus Christi Catholic Church and School. This 5,000 square foot addition provides a stage and dining space for the Corpus Christi School as well as serves as a gathering space for Church events, banquets and receptions.
Dyche Hall was constructed in 1901 and is on both the National and State Historic Registers and is home to the KU Natural History Museum. The stonework and ornate carvings were restored, windows replaced, soffits reconstructed and the clay tile roofing and flat roofing were replaced. The interior 7th floor, which houses collections for the KU Biodiversity Institute was renovated. We replaced the mechanical system, insulated the perimeter and exposed the wood trusses that had been covered up years ago by previous remodels.
The project received the Medallion Award from the Kansas Preservation Alliance.
Self Hall and Oswald Hall are connected by the Daisy Hill Commons. The facility encompasses 200,000 square feet and houses 700 students. The Daisy Hill Commons provide study and gathering spaces as well as a classroom which serve the Daisy Hill Residence Hall community. This project replaced the nearby McCollum Hall which was constructed in 1965. McCollum Hall was imploded after completion of the new residence halls.
Project consisted of construction of the east bleachers and press box at Lawrence High School. The bleacher construction was unique as it was one of the first projects in the nation to have the bleachers constructed of modular block as opposed to aluminum or cast-in-place concrete. The result is an attractive, cost effective and durable facility.