Harris Hall
North Carolina State University

  • Renovation

    5,500 SF
  • Project Complete

  • Construction Cost

    $1.3 M

As the admissions and student records center for NC State University, Harris Hall houses the bulk of their personal and financial information. This project reconfigures a portion of the building across two floors to address prevailing issues associated with sensitive material, private conversations, and overall security. First floor upgrades consist of renovations to improve security and also resolve public vs. private space issues. The second floor is reconfigured to create a multifunctional student services center with consolidated registration, records, financial aid, and other similar offices. Improvements also include new building entryway, informal lounge and waiting area, private lactation and telephone room, plus relocated roof access and handicap accessibility.

Stanford White is responsible for several improvements including fire alarm system modifications on both floors, security device installations, HVAC renovations, and reconfiguration of electrical tie-ins. Lighting and plumbing upgrades also featured.