University of Wisconsin Stout Jarvis Hall
The Jarvis Hall Science and Technology Building was named for John Jarvis, who was instrumental in expanding Stout’s role in technical education by creating the engineering technology program. The Jarvis Hall project was a major expansion and renovation of facilities for UW-Stout’s science, technology, engineering, and mathematics programs. We self-performed concrete and carpentry for this project, building laboratories, classrooms, administrative offices, and other facilities.
The project was completed in two phases. We renovated 66,400 sqft of the current building, and then built a three-story addition and new classroom wing. Along with classrooms and offices, the large expansion included a clean room and a rooftop greenhouse—unique features that required special attention to detail and careful sequencing of work.
- Menomonie, WI
- Construction Value: $29.9M
- 66,400 sf