P. Agnes recently resumed construction at Princeton University, marking the start of phase two 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 was completed over the summer of 2019 and included the installation of the acoustical panels among the ornate trusses pictured here. The second phase is expected to complete in late August. The project is being designed by 1100 Architect.