Restoration & Renovation: Historic Long Walk Recognition Opportunities

 

Summary of Seabury Recognition Opportunities

(1) Reception Room (Adjacent to Lecture Hall)​ Subscribed  $500,000
(1)​ Large Seminar Room (Seabury 16)​ Subscribed​  $500,000​
(1) Formal Archway (Hamlin)​ Subscribed​ $250,000​
(1)​ Computer Center​ Subscribed​ $250,000​
(1)​ ​Student Multi-use Space Subscribed​ $250,000​​
(3)​ ​Classrooms 2 Subscribed​ $250,000​​
(5)​ Entryways​ 2 Subscribed​  $150,000​
(4)​ Seminar Rooms​ 1 Subscribed​  $150,000​
(3)​ Departmental Offices
(American Studies-subscribed, Modern Languages/Classics History)​
1 Subscribed​ $100,000​
(2)​ Departmental Library/Lounges (Modern Languages, History)​ 1 Subscribed​ $100,000​
​(1)  Departmental Lounge (History) $75,000​
(3)​ Student/Faculty Shared Lounges​ 3 Subscribed​ $75,000​
(1)​ Modern Languages Development Lab​ $75,000​
(4)​ Study Alcoves​ 2 Subscribed​ $50,000​
 

Summary of Jarvis Recognition Opportunities

(1) Tower Duplex Residential Suite​ ​$1,000,000
(17)​ Residential Suites​ 2 Subscribed​ $250,000​
(1)​ Formal Archway (Williams)​ Subscribed​ $250,000​
(7)​ Entryways​ 4 Subscribed $150,000​
(2)​ ​Student Lounges 2 Subscribed ​$75,000
(2)​ Student Meeting Rooms​ 1 Subscribed $50,000​
(2)​ ​Student Group Studies $50,000​
 

Restoration and Renovation: Seabury Recognition Opportunities

Summary
The project includes the exterior restoration of Seabury, with cleaning and repointing of the limestone and brownstone walls. The slate roof will be replaced and new terra-cotta ridge caps will be made to match the original. Existing windows will be refurbished. The interior of Seabury will be reconfigured to bring clarity and order to the faculty office wings. All the large historic spaces will be restored, with new mechanicals and technology integrated into the design. The new features of the building will have an appearance similar to the original, with paneled doors, transoms, wood wainscoting, tile and terrazzo floors, and reproduction lighting. All the mechanical systems will be redone as part of the renovation, with central air conditioning, new power, lighting, plumbing and voice-data systems.
 
 
​(1) Reception Room (adjacent to Lecture Hall) - Subscribed
The Reception Room / Meeting Room is located directly across the stairway from the Lecture Hall, which was once Trinity’s chapel. It is envisioned that after premier lectures, films and speaking engagements, a reception could be held in this space. The Reception Room will also receive the technology infrastructure equivalent to a classroom, with the possibility of projection, sound, and interactive white boards, and could be used for faculty meetings or conferences. The historic features of the room: wainscoting, leaded windows, wood vaulted trusses, limestone fireplace surround, etc… will be restored to their earlier appearance.
$500,000​

Large Seminar Room - Subscribed
Seabury 16, one of the historic classrooms, will be reconfigured as the premium seminar room in the renovated building. It will have the same technological configuration as a classroom, but will be furnished with an inward-facing arrangement of tables and chairs to facilitate the free flow of ideas. The room will accommodate up to 28 students, and could be used for meetings and conferences as well. The historic features of this room: wainscoting, leaded windows, limestone fireplace surrounds, etc. will be restored to their earlier appearance.​

$500,000​​
​(1)  Formal Archway (Hamlin) - Subscribed
This formal arch bisects the Long Walk east/west at the point where Seabury and Hamlin come together, allowing pedestrians to exit onto Summit Street or enter campus onto the Quad at the south end of the Long Walk.​
$250,000
​(1)
Computer Center -  Subscribed
The computer Center adjoins the Student Multi-Use Space through a pair of doors and will be available for after-hours student use. The Center will have the full range of classroom technology in addition to 27 individual computer carrels built in to the perimeter of the room. In the center of the room will be team worktables for computer projects. The historic features of this room: wainscoting, leaded windows, wood vaulted trusses, limestone fireplace surround, etc. will be restored to their earlier appearance. ​
​ $250,000
​(1) Student Multi-Use Space   Subscribed 
The Student Multi-Use Space will address a critical need for student oriented spaces on the Trinity campus. The space will have the same technological infrastructure as the classrooms, but in addition it will have group study tables, lounge furnishings, plasma televisions and interactive white boards. The historic features of this room: wainscoting, leaded windows, wood vaulted trusses, limestone fireplace surround, etc… will be restored to their earlier appearance.
​$250,000
​(3) Classrooms  -  2 Subscribed
The historic Classrooms are to be fully renovated, with upgraded lighting, sound, and technology. Classrooms will have projection, light-dimming, sound control, and window shading devices all controlled from a lectern at the front of the teaching wall. Acoustics will be improved through sound insulation and linen-wrapped wall panels. For maximum flexibility, each classroom will have a slightly different furnishings configuration, with fixed tables and chairs on casters (Seabury 4 and 14) or totally flexible work tables and chairs (Seabury 49). The historic features of these rooms: wainscoting, leaded windows, wood vaulted trusses, limestone fireplace surrounds, etc… will be restored to their earlier appearance.
$250,000​
(5)​

Entryways -  2 Subscribed
There are five historic entryways into Seabury. Each includes limestone and brownstone arches, reproduction oak doors, and restored historic stairways and balustrades. ​

$150,000
​(4)
Seminar Rooms  - 1 Subscribed
Four Seminar Rooms will be created in the central tower portion of the Seabury building. Each will have distinctive historic character, with fireplaces, high ceilings, wood floors and reproduction lighting. In addition, these rooms will have interactive white boards and projection capability. The Seminar Rooms are furnished with an inward-facing arrangement of tables and chairs.
​$150,000
​(3)
Departmental Offices - 1 Subscribed
These are the main offices for the American Studies (subscribed), History, and Modern Languages/Classics departments.​
​$100,000
​(2) Departmental Library / Lounges  1 Subscribed
These spaces are approximately the size of two faculty offices combined.  The History Library / Lounge is in the tower and has high ceilings, a large leaded-glass window, and a fireplace.  It will be outfitted with bookshelves and study tables. The Modern Languages Library / Lounge is located on the main floor and has high ceilings, two tall leaded glass windows with stained glass rosettes, and wood wainscot.
​$100,000
(1)​ Departmental Lounge
This is a small space located in the tower.  It has high ceilings and a large leaded glass window.  It will be outfitted with bookshelves and lounge furniture. ​
​$75,000
(3)​  Student / Faculty Shared Lounges  - 3 Subscribed
These spaces have high ceilings, a circular bay window, fireplaces and wood floors. They will be supplemented with plasma television and kitchenettes containing a sink, microwave and refrigerator. ​
$75,000​
(1)​ Modern Languages Developmental Lab
This is a meeting room outfitted with three computer carrels and a small meeting table for Modern Language faculty to develop curriculum and methodology. ​
$75,000
(4)​
Student Study Alcoves  - 2 Subscribed 
These small alcoves are off the corridors adjacent to the faculty offices and classrooms. They feature window seats, fireplaces, and built-in benches. Students will be able to access the Internet wirelessly from these alcoves.
$50,000​
 

Restoration and Renovation: Jarvis Recognition Opportunities

Summary
The project includes the exterior restoration of Jarvis, with cleaning and repointing of the limestone and brownstone walls. The slate roof will be replaced and new terracotta ridge caps will be made to match the original. Existing windows will be made to match the original. Existing windows will be refurbished. The interior of Jarvis will be reconfigured to return the building to an approximation of the original suite arrangement. To that end, 18 new residential suites will be created, highlighting historical features like window seats, fireplaces, and wood trim. The new features of the building will have an appearance similar to the original, with paneled doors, wood wainscoting, and reproduction lighting. All the mechanical systems will be redone as part of the renovation, with central air conditioning, new power, lighting, plumbing, and voice-data systems.
(1)​ ​Tower Duplex Residential Suite
This two-story duplex suite will be located in the historic Jarvis tower. It will include 8 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, 2 sitting rooms, and 6 fireplaces.
$1,000,000
(17)​ Residential Suites - 2 Subscribed 
These newly configured suites in the historic Jarvis building will include 5 (or 6) bedrooms, 2 (or 3) bathrooms, a sitting room and 2 (or 3) fireplaces.​
​$250,000
(1)​ Formal Archway (Williams Memorial)  Subscribed
This other formal arch bisects the Long Walk east/west at the point where Jarvis and Williams come together, also allowing pedestrians to exit onto Summit Street or enter campus onto the Quad but at the north end of the Long Walk.​
$250,000​
(7)​

​Entryways -  4 Subscribed
There are seven historic entryways into Jarvis. Each includes limestone and brownstone arches, reproduction oak doors, and restored historic stairways and balustrades.

​$150,000
​(2)
Student Lounges -  2 Subscribed
These are comfortable student spaces with lounge furnishings. ​
$75,000​
​(2) Student Meeting Room  - 1 Subscribed
These are small meeting rooms with worktables and chairs.​
$50,000​
(2)​ Student Group Studies
These are small group study rooms with computer carrels and worktable.
​$50,000