CMU Undertakes $10.8M Renovation, Expansion of Business Administration Building

MOUNT PLEASANT, MICH. — A $10.8 million renovation and expansion of Grawn Hall at Central Michigan University in Mount Pleasant is in the preliminary stages. Exterior preparations for a two-story addition and renovation of the college’s business administration building began this past summer. The building was built in 1915 and is the oldest facility on campus. Recent renovation work included relocating an electrical transformer and adding a receiving space and dumpster enclosure. In summer 2016, work will start on the 6,600-square-foot, two-story addition. A new main entry and multifunctional space will be added. The renovation of 16,200 square feet of existing space will include updated corridors, the addition of a fire suppression system, window replacements as well as new student service and collaboration spaces. The project is slated for completion in 2017.

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