The renovation of Romney Hall on the Montana State University campus modernized the historic building, constructed in 1922, while preserving its character and meeting the needs of a growing student population. The project transformed the former physical education building into much-needed instructional space, adding 17 classrooms and centers for mathematics, writing, veterans and students with disabilities. The starting point for the project was a consensus that the character-defining features of this Italian Renaissance-style building should be retained. The goal of providing 1,000-plus classroom seats was accomplished through various classroom types ranging from 24-seat instructional rooms to a 300-person “classroom in the round,” which showcases the former gym floor.
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