Washington University

January Hall Renovation

January Hall, located on the historic Danforth Campus, was originally built in 1922 as Washington University’s School of Law. It now houses offices and teaching space for the University’s professional and continuing education division, University College. It is also home to the University‘s East Asian Library.

As part of the University’s long-term effort to revive legacy buildings, January Hall received an extensive renovation which included the addition of a new 22-seat seminar room on the lower level, renovation of Lecture Room 110, reconfiguration of administrative offices and classrooms, new restrooms and incidental renovations in the East Asian Library.

All new MEPFP systems and new boiler were installed as well as a new elevator to provide service to all three floors. The building received storm and sanitary upgrades, a roof replacement, window upgrades and interior/exterior upgrades.

S. M. Wilson & Co.