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Harvard Divinity School’s Andover Hall

In addition to façade repair work, Structures North completed a structural renovation and new addition for the Harvard Divinity School’s Andover Hall building. The original building had three wings creating a “C” shape: Andover Hall wing, the Old Stacks wing, and the Theological Library wing. A new addition was added inside the “C” for a Multipurpose Wing. The project featured Building Information Modeling (BIM), and the structure was modeled in 3D using AutoDesk’s Revit software.  


The new addition featured steel and concrete framing with a glazing façade, and was designed to expose the historic façades of the adjacent wings. 


The Old Stacks wing was fully gutted, leaving only the roof and exterior masonry walls during parts of construction, and the installation of new steel and concrete floors, plus lateral load-resisting improvements including shotcreted masonry walls and new reinforced concrete walls.


Cambridge, MA


Harvard Divinity School


Harvard Divinity School