P. Agnes is in the process of turning over two recent projects at Princeton University. 
The first is the initial phase of the McCosh 50 renovation project. This project consists of a renovation of the largest teaching space on Princeton University’s campus, the historic McCosh 50 auditorium, located in McCosh Hall and originally constructed in 1907. The scope of work includes restoring the floor conditions, acoustical renovations/upgrades, new seating, HVAC upgrades, and infrastructure of a state-of-the-art audio visual system. The construction work will be performed in two phases, the first of which is officially complete and includes the installation of the acoustical panels among the ornate trusses pictured here. The second phase is taking place in the summer of 2020, with the space being used for classes during the academic year. The project is being designed by 1100 Architect.
The second project is the renovation of laboratory rooms G104A and G106 at Princeton’s Engineering Quad G-Wing Building. For this project, P. Agnes re-purposed and/or replaced the existing lab casework and fume hoods. We also furnished and installed two (2) new rooftop exhaust fans and renovated the office space. The architects were PZS Architects.
P. Agnes is excited to continue our long-standing relationship with Princeton University.