Dick Anderson cast the concrete emblem for the promenade.
The front desk of the activity center.
An early rendering of the North end of the Carroll College Campus. The infill of the pool area is still on the drawing boards.
An early floor plan of the building. The building area is about 25,000 square feet.
Hunthausen history panels that line the Great Hall. Donor names are also on the panels.
An early rendering of the Great Hall, a focal point of the building as it looks towards St. Charles Hall and the new Chapel.
The main vestibule features full height window systems tied into the exposed structure and brick.
Tongue and groove wood ceilings are located throughout the building.
HUNTHAUSEN ACTIVITY CENTER
Carroll College students helped push the need for a recreation center for students and faculty. Early concepts were driven by active participation of the student body during design charrettes. The 25,000 square foot building is on its way to being LEED certified through the use of high efficiency mechanical units, day-lighting and use of local materials. Completed in February of 2017.