CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, FULLERTON
Five classrooms and large lecture halls were transformed into state-of-the-art teaching facilities with the latest audio-visual and computer equipment. Major issues addressed included: teach collaborative learning, acoustics, comfort, fire protection and accessibility. Some existing halls were “gutted” to the building shell, with existing seating risers extended to accommodate new fixed tab pivot seating with power and data connections. Vestibules were added to improve noise and environmental control. New lighting, audio-visual systems, and a new “teaching wall” were developed. (At the front of the hall – integrating moveable white marker boards and fixed projection screens for an overhead LCD projector, standard overhead projectors and slide use). The projects also includes the renovation of the adjoining building lobbies and repositioning of the existing exterior building entries.