Erie Hall Recreation Center Replacement
Penn State Behrend is preparing to expand or replace the existing Erie Hall recreation center. The existing Erie Hall is a 26,381 sf structure built in 1952. The building has deferred maintenance backlog of $10.4M and is in need of a major renovation. The existing building houses a recreational gym on the first floor and office space on the ground floor. The existing office spaces are utilized for Athletics, Police Services, Copy Center, Instructional Design, International Student Services and a video conferencing center.
In addition to necessary renovations of the building, the Behrend campus has a deficiency of assignable square feet for Student Life/activities. According to a space assessment from 2015, it was recommended the campus have 64,905 sf but currently only has 12,655 sf. The goal of this project is to provide updated and additional space for the campus to help alleviate the shortfall.
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