T.J. Day Hall
T.J. Day Hall, a historic building previously known as Northup Library at Linfield College, has undergone major reconstruction.
T.J. Day presently houses an “academic neighborhood” of Business, Economics, English, Philosophy, and the new Center for Northwest Studies. The building design incorporates gathering places for students and faculty.
Originally built in 1936 with additions in 1962, the building served as the college library until being decommissioned in 2003. The restored 22,738 square-foot building is currently certified as meeting LEED Gold environmental standards and features solar technology, a light well, radiant panels, and smart heating-and-cooling controlls. The new renovations maintained the original design elements, such as arched windows and ceilings, tall glass doors and fireplaces.
Redesigned by SRG Architects and reconstruction completed by Walsh Construction Co. August, 2011
Melrose Hall Second Floor, First Phase
Melrose Hall 2nd floor, phase one is being renovated into modern office space while maintaining original components in center corridor. The new offices will be occupied by Academic Affairs. The project is expected to be completed in Fall, 2012.