The Pennsylvania State University – Multi-Sport Locker Room Feasibility Study and Renovation
State College, PA
L.R. Kimball first prepared a study for The Penn State University to be used as a tool to evaluate future options for the Training Center prior to upgrading the locker room facilities.
Our team provided specialized architectural and engineering services to assess the existing facility conditions of Multi-Sport Facility. We evaluated the locker and training areas to compose a Facility Condition Assessment (FCA) which included observation and evaluation of the systems serving these areas. We then issued a comprehensive facility report which included project area descriptions, existing photos, findings, highlights of critical items, system conditions, as well as concept plans showing options and associated cost estimates.
Penn State then selected an option to renovate the men’s and women’s team locker rooms, ensuring that additional renovations to the building could occur in the future when funding was available, without impacting the newly finished rooms.
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