Project Scope from Ken Kubota, Project Manager

Anderson Hall is a beautiful building designed in the campus gothic style on the UW’s Seattle campus. Anderson was constructed in 1925 and had a partial interior renovation in 1968. Anderson has not had a major infrastructure upgrade in over 40 years and some systems are older.

A full major building renovation is proposed that will allow Anderson to last for the next generations of students. A renovation of Anderson provides an opportunity to improve seismic performance, accessibility, safety, maintainability, energy and water consumption, and provide other modern sustainable building standards. A major renovation will allow for the reconfiguration of all interior spaces to significantly improve the efficiency and functionality of the building.

Links and Documents

Capital Projects Office Tracking Web Page

Planning and Budgeting Brief   April 11, 2012

Operating and Capital Projects Budget Request for 2011-13

Mahlum Architects Project Presentation (9MB)

Notes from Project Visioning Session   March 9, 2010