During the 1960’s, an incompatible entrance vestibule had been added to this older campus building at the University of Minnesota. This was just one item that required correction in the Wulling Hall Renovation for the College of Education. An accessible entrance compatible with the character of the original building was added, fire/life-safety issues addressed, bathrooms reconfigured, an elevator worked in and new mechanical, fire suppression and electrical systems installed.
Stairway guardrails were made code compliant. The building was subdivided allowing perimeter rooms to maintain their original ceiling heights, keeping transom leaded glass windows visible. The result is an intimate building perfectly suited for offices and classrooms.