Loyola Monroe Hall

Loyola Monroe Hall

Architect: Holabird and Root

Contractor: Broadmoor Construction

Monroe Hall at Loyola University was one of the oldest buildings on campus and did not fit in with the surrounding neighborhood.  During this renovation not only were the interior labs  renovated, but the entire exterior of the building was ripped off and replaced with brick.  The laboratories within the building were mostly teaching labs and incorporated Kewaunee steel tables along with steel cabinets with wood fronts.  Some student tables on this project utilized a uniquely shaped countertop to allow maximum workspace with all students facing towards the instructor.

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