New Space for CMU Osher Life Long Learning Institute

Landau Building Company has begun renovations of the Carnegie Mellon University Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Cyert Hall project. This 5,730 SF tenant space will be transformed into classrooms, lounge, conference room, offices, and an activity space. Upgrading restrooms to full ADA compliance is also part of the project. The project will be substantially complete by September 2021 and was designed by NEXT architecture. 
The project team pictured below:
Landau’s Superintendent Jeff Bono, Project Engineer Karin Martin, CMU Project Manager Janice Held and Landau’s Senior Project Manager Jeremy Bowlby.
Read more about the project and the people who have worked tirelessly to see this project come to fruition:
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