Gund Hall

Harvard University
Cambridge, Massachusetts

The hub of Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design, Gund Hall was built in 1972 and houses studio and office space for more than 600 students, faculty, and staff, as well as lecture halls, a cafeteria, auditorium, and library. Working in a design-assist manner, TG Gallagher coordinated closely with end users and designers to keep the building open and operational throughout renovations to replace the outdated HVAC system. As a result, each of three construction phases was completed in a highly efficient eight-week time frame with minimal disruption to ongoing academic activities.

Architect: n/a
Engineer: BLW Engineers
General Contractor: TG Gallagher (Mechanical Prime)

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