Building for the Next Generation
Renovation of the Hill Museum and Manuscript Library (HMML) which houses the world’s largest collection of images of manuscripts from Europe, Ethiopia, the Middle East, and India, and at the time, housed the St. John’s Bible. Included complete and new mechanical and electrical systems, which required breaking down the old and new mechanical and electrical components, so they could be placed in their new locations with minimal impact on the existing structure. This required precise scheduling of procurement and placement. Special consideration was taken in the design and implementation of these systems to not detract from the historic fabric of the spaces they serve.
McGough has been building, renovating, remodeling and expanding educational facilities for more than 60 years. We feel honored to have had the opportunity to construct many of the places – classrooms, science laboratories, libraries, student housing, and recreational and performing arts facilities – where students’ lives have been, and continue to be, shaped for generations to come.
Contact Dan Malecha or Dan McKay to learn more.