TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - Another step is in the works for the Indiana State University Capital Campaign.
Work is expected to begin next spring on Normal Hall, a building that’s featured on state and national registries.
Full renovations of the building, originally built in 1910 begin this spring.
It’s been out of commission since about 1972, that’s when the new school library was built and they didn’t have much need for the old one.
One major feature of the building is its large glass dome, which is part of the renovation as well.
“It’s a historically significant building on campus, it’s a beautiful building, and the renovations will make it one of the greatest facilities on campus,” Bryan Duncan, Director of Capital Planning said.
Once it’s done in the summer of 2015, it’ll house new classrooms and several offices as well.
The total cost of the renovation will be $16 million.
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