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Yale University Kahn Art Gallery Modernization & Renovation

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Yale University, Kahn Art Gallery Renovation & Modernization - New Haven, CT

This major renovation and modernization of Louis I. Kahn’s 1953 masterpiece restored the architect’s original intent while creating a more versatile exhibition space. Extensive design and performance testing ensured the viability of the new, more efficient curtain wall system that replicated the failing original. A new passenger elevator was installed and power, tele-data, AV and HVAC systems were updated. Museum-standard environmental controls were achieved with new, integrated mechanical and electrical systems. Interior finishes required restorations to endblock wood and terrazzo floors. 


Size: 70,000-SF
Schedule: 24 months

Contract Type: Construction Manager-at-Risk

Owner: Yale University
Architect: Ennead Architects (formerly Polshek Partnership Architects)

Yale University, Kahn Art Gallery Modernization

Yale University Kahn Art Gallery Modernization & Renovation


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