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University of Minnesota Pioneer Hall, Minneapolis, Minn.

Merging Community and Privacy at the University of Minnesota

Located on the east bank of the Mississippi River, the second oldest residence hall at the University of Minnesota recently became its second largest. The 90-year-old Pioneer Hall opened its doors to the 2019 freshman and sophomore class after completing $104.5 million in renovations. Now more than 40% larger than its original size, Pioneer Hall boasts a historically sensitive, but modern design within a 252,391-sq.-ft. facility supplying 756 beds to students across five floors. This includes preserving the building’s historic Georgian Revival-style exterior, while gutting an interior that previously consisted of adjoining townhomes that were exceedingly difficult to navigate and faile

Holtschneider Performance Center at DePaul University, Chicago, Ill.

University Selects Lockers for Acoustic-Sensitive Environment

DePaul University’s Holtschneider Performance Center serves as the next phase of a new complex dedicated to serving the needs of hundreds of music students, while hosting the world-class performances of multiple artists simultaneously. Magnificent acoustics and quiet elegance are the hallmarks of DePaul University’s new $98 million, 185,000-sq.-ft. performing arts facility. “The new center is a technologically advanced, aesthetically sleek performing arts center that meets the wide-ranging music needs of students, faculty and the surrounding community,” said Rob Roubik, a principal at Antunovich Assocs. in Chicago. As part of the initiative to decrease noise from


Increased Privacy

Fabricated from a durable HDPE material, Aria Partitions feature full-length doors and interior panels for extra privacy. Designers can choose from multiple door designs, including raised-panel options. 


Pristine Privacy

Scranton Products has combined striking aesthetics and enhanced privacy with the introduction of its new line of Aria Partitions. Developed to provide both privacy and beauty in public restrooms, each system is available with 17 different door designs, seven panel designs and 27 colors and textures. 


New Era Kicks Off for Camp Hill High

Built in 1940, Christian L. Siebert Park, the home stadium of Camp Hill High School in southern Pennsylvania, was more noted for its cracked stands, sagging bleachers and sub-par on-field conditions than for providing a home-field advantage. In fact, most home teams, such as track & field, competed on the road or off-site; the Lions football team held halftime meetings on the pool deck rather than in the aging field house.