Alterations and Renovations
2012 Current Projects
Two of the four racquetball courts are being converted into a fitness center.
Rooms 014 and 015 in the basement of Graf have been converted into physics mini-labs. Offices on the first floor have been retrofitted, and a large physics study area has been added to the first floor.
Room 204 on the top floor of Graf has been renovated and converted into a new, big lab for biology.
2009 – 2011 Projects
Riley 216 (Completed August 2011)
Renovations are underway to change the layout of Riley 216. These changes will divide the room into three sections, creating enough space for two new offices and desk space for AmeriCorps Vista Volunteers. The two offices that are being added will quarter the Director of Community Engagement and Service, as well as the Director of Multicultural Programs. Alterations to the room will provide improved space allocation and allow more room for the departments being housed there.
Walker 124, 135 (Completed August 2010)
Alterations have been made in the Walker offices containing Academic Advising, Learning Support Services, Career and Community Services, and the Counseling Center. The remodel has created new individual counseling rooms and study spaces, providing more privacy for students. Changes to the space will also provide a more efficient work space for the departments housed in these offices.
HHPA (Completed June 2010)
The HHPA offices underwent a transition that converted one large bull pen style office space to several individual offices for our coaches. This change allows for more personal and focused environments for interactions between coaches, athletes and prospective students. The offices are now on individual heating, cooling and lighting systems allowing for increased energy savings.
Portland Campus (Completed November 2009, January 2010)
Renovations have been made to two learning spaces on Linfield’s Portland Campus. PH 106 was transformed from a standard classroom to a video conferencing facility, allowing professors to teach classes simultaneously at both the Portland and McMinnville campuses. PH 108, formerly a standard computer lab, has been modernized both in terms of technology and in learning environment. The space is designed to be spatially flexible, allowing students to work individually, in teams or in larger groups. The new computer lab has also been designed to easily adapt to current and future learning technology.