HM Comer Hall

  • Location:  Tuscaloosa, Alabama, USA
  • Execution Year:  September, 2017

Brief Info

Comer Hall in Alabama, USA is an educational project of a college with 1 Building & 4 Floors spread over 50,000 sq. ft. The purpose of construction is to develop a complete interior and exterior renovation for the existing HM Comer Hall. The existing building was originally constructed during the 1960s and a significant addition to the building was completed around 1968. Other minor and less intensive structural modifications have been made over the past decade. In 2012, a substantial modification to the building’s eastern section was made to develop the North Engineering Research Center Building
(NERC), which helped to remove the portions of the wings extended to the east and removal of some of the areas of the building to accommodate the mechanical yard between HM Comer Hall and the NERC Building. The existing HM Comer Hall structure is a concrete frame consisting of a concrete slab and concrete joist system. Concrete beams are used around the perimeter of the building and between columns to support the concrete slab and joist. The exterior of the building is cladded with masonry and brick.

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Key Facts

  • 21,600 sq ft

    Project Area
  • 400

  • 6 Engineers

    Team Size