Yale University Trumbull College
118,000 Square Feet
Trumbull College is a residence hall at Yale University. Built in 1929, the historic hall was originally comprised of two free-standing buildings. In 1933, the buildings were re-designed in Gothic style and connected to a new building creating a quadrangle.
In 2006, major renovations began to modernize the interconnected structures of Trumbull College. Renovations included:
- exterior granite and limestone façade were cleaned and replaced
- new windows were installed
- a new slate and membrane roof were installed
- The interior of the building was brought up to current ADA standards
- Interior design was updated
Virtual Building Logistics collaborated with Dimeo Construction and Goody, Clancy & Associates on the project. VBL provided full BIM services. Renovations to historic Trumbull College were quite complicated. A complete modernization of the existing mechanical, plumbing and electrical system were required. In addition, a new basement level, featuring a black box theater and mechanical and electrical space, was created within a courtyard. This involved close coordination due to the restricted space onsite and the historic nature of the project.
Dimeo Construction, Goody, Clancy & Associates
- Full BIM Services
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