Harvard University, Lowell House
Harvard University, Lowell House
Harvard University, Lowell House

Lowell House, a neo-Georgian building constructed in 1930, is Harvard University’s largest undergraduate residence hall. As part of a larger dormitory renewal program, the university undertook a two-year project at Lowell House to renovate the interior spaces, rehabilitate the enclosure, improve accessibility and circulation, and add new amenities, such as a climbing wall, yoga studio, and basketball court in the previously underutilized basement area. SGH provided building enclosure and structural engineering services for the project.