Lebanon Valley College
Prior to renovations, the Lynch Technology Center suffered from poor circulation, inadequate lighting control, and inefficient use of space, lacking versatility. After removing built-in work stations, the space was reconfigured to provide a dynamic, comfortable environment.
The latest furniture and technological components were used to create versatile group collaboration area. With improved efficiency, the college maximized the number of work stations, while improving security and support with a dedicated staff area. Interactive lighting systems were incorporated to optimize on-screen visibility and allow for an adaptive working environment.
The result is a state-of-the-art technology lab that meets the circulative and adaptive needs of today’s higher education learning environments. In addition to the technology center, our experience at LVC includes renovations to; Vickroy, Keister and Hammond Residence Halls, Lynch Hall, the Student Center, and new construction of the Dellinger Pump House.
The architects, designers and staff that we have worked with at Beers & Hoffman are always professional, friendly and responsive. I especially appreciate that they are not pretentious and have a good sense of humor!