Cornell’s $2.4 million Statler Hall Entry Renovation is wrapping-up, as work crews finished hanging glass on the curtain wall, all exterior framing, graded and poured cement walkway, stone walls, stone base facade, and metal facade panels this past week. The new entry houses an expanded ground floor entry vestibule, additional second floor space, and significant mechanical and HVAC upgrades. The design was done by KSS Architects, whom completed the designs for the previous Beck Center and Statler Auditorium and Tower Renovations. The original limestone-clad building was completed in 1949.
Photos from August 20th: