Fairbanks Hall

Fairbanks Hall (photo by Theresa Hogue)

Fairbanks Hall is one of the most historic and enduring buildings on the Corvallis campus. Built in 1892 and considered a contributing resource in OSU’s national historic district, the 3-story, 26,000 SF wood structure has been in continuous use as classrooms, faculty offices and (more recently) a gallery space. OSU intends to renew the structure so it can continue to play a role on campus long into the future.

The comprehensive renovation will create critically needed space in the currently unfinished fourth floor; reduce building energy costs with planned energy conservation measures; support recruitment and retention of faculty and students; and for the first time, be fully accessible to all students, faculty and OSU visitors.

 

Project Details

Project Status: 
Active
Project Progress: 
Green
Project Category: 
Major capital project
Projected Completion Date: 
January 2022
Project Budget: 
$12 million
Funding Source(s): 
State paid bonds
Type of Project: 
Renovation

People

Project Manager: 
Lori Fulton
Architect: 
Opsis Architecture
Last Updated: 
Wednesday, January 9, 2019