University of Oregon Fenton Hall

University of Oregon Fenton Hall

University of Oregon

Seismic upgrades and renovations to historic hall

The seismic renovation of the historic 3-story Mathematics Department on the University of Oregon’s campus updated the building’s classrooms, administrative offices, and libraries, while adding new group study spaces and improving wayfinding throughout. Seismic upgrades included new full height CMU shear walls inside the building and structural retrofits to exterior walls and floor plates. Interiors were updated to include mathematical references in the floor patterns and ceiling.

Project Details

Owner

University of Oregon

Architect

Roberston | Sherwood Architects

Location

Eugene, OR

Square Feet

17,200

Project Type

Without exception, Chambers Construction is exemplary at quick and responsive communication, explaining what is happening and what our options are, and accommodating our concerns with the highest degrees of professionalism.

Hal Sadofsky Mathematics Department Head, University of Oregon

Highlight

Photograph of golden section architectural design in the ceiling lights

Mathematical Symbols

The golden section represented in the ceiling lights, concentric circles used for wayfinding on the floor, and mathematical symbols built throughout the remodel remind students of the ever-present application of their field of study.

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