In October of 2015, Presbyterian College in Clinton, SC announced its campaign to renovate and expand Neville Hall. Serving as one of the main classroom buildings for the campus, Neville Hall was built in 1907 and last renovated in 1988.
As the Project Engineer, Fuller Group had the unique opportunity to work with Craig Gaulden Davis Architecture and Martin Meek Architecture in preserving the building’s beautiful, colonial-styled Georgian design. Fuller’s scope of services included exciting features like reopening the original rotunda, reframing the second floor, and adding a three-story expansion.
Presbyterian College held Neville Hall’s topping out ceremony yesterday, November 15. According to the college’s website, “the ceremony comes from a Scandinavian tradition and occurs when the last beam on the building’s steel frame is added. An American flag and fir tree are added to the beam and it is placed on the frame.”
The addition is scheduled to be completed in the summer of 2017, ready for classes to start in the fall.