NC State University’s Leazar Hall

  • Scope: Classroom studio and admin space
  • Total Project Cost: $7.3 million
  • Type of Project: Historical Renovation
  • Length of Project: 3 Months

Since its construction in 1912, Leazar Hall has previously served as the dining hall on NC State’s oldest campus precinct and been utilized for classroom and studio space by nine different university departments in the NCSU College of Design. We planned renovations that required a total interior demolition to transform the three-level building into a single-use building for faculty offices, materials labs and seminar and review rooms. The new renovations included the addition of innovative electrical, mechanical and plumbing systems as well as a new stair tower and elevator on the south side of the building.