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Yale University – 320 York Street

Interior & Exterior Light Restoration 

Project Info

Job Site New Haven, CT
Architect Ann Beha Architects
Electrical Contractor Ducci Electrical Contractors, Inc.
Lighting Consultant Ryan Stockman
Lighting Designer Sladen Feinstein Integrated Lighting Inc.
General Contractor Skanska USA Building Inc.

Project Description

Located at 320 York Street, the iconic Hall of Graduate Studies was designed in the Collegiate Gothic style by James Gamble Rogers and built between 1930 and 1932. The building contains the offices of the Graduate School administration, several academic departments, the McDougal Student Center, a dining hall, and a residential tower for graduate students.

A renovation is re-purposing the building to consolidate resources dispersed across the campus and house humanities departments and programming with an emphasis on high-profile lectures, courses, workshops, and conferences.


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