The construction of the Moore Building addition, home to Penn State's Department of Psychology represents the first phase of a two-phase project. Phase one, involved the construction of the addition and the renovation of a small portion of the existing building, resulting in 73,000 square feet of new space.
The second phase entails the renovation of the remaining 76,000 square feet of the original building, which was constructed in 1973 and requires substantial upgrades to meet the current and future needs of the department and its students. To minimize construction and demolition costs, the addition was joined to the north-facing exterior of the original building. The beams connecting the two buildings are cleverly concealed behind an artistic wall sculpture hiding the brick wall.
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