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Engineer: Smith-Goth Engineers Inc.

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Smith-Goth Engineers Inc. is the mechanical, electrical and plumbing engineer for renovations to the Carrington Hall auditorium at Missouri State University. Dake-Wells Architecture Inc. is the architect for the roughly $750,000 project, and Mettemeyer Engineering LLC is the structural engineer. Springfield Builders Inc. is the general contractor for the project, slated for completion this fall. Renovations will transform the auditorium into a classroom to accommodate 375 students. A sound-absorbent cube will be suspended in the two-story auditorium, reducing space proportions and bringing light sources closer to writing surfaces. The cube will conceal high-efficiency mechanical systems, and the lower level of the auditorium will be returned to its original splendor.

From the Fall 2011 Project Report[[In-content Ad]]


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