The historic MacDonough Hall on the campus of the US Naval Academy was built in 1903 as a dry dock facility. It was converted into a gymnasium in the early 20th century and has seen several major interior renovations. The granite, terracotta, and steel facade remains largely original along with the historic copper roofing and clerestory windows. The rehabilitation of the exterior facade includes cleaning and repair of the historic materials. Inside, there's a planned full renovation of the three floors of gymnasium space, including pool, gymnastics, boxing, volleyball, and general workout spaces along with office space and modern MEP systems.
Come enjoy a behind-the-scenes hard-hat tour and see the secrets uncovered during the demolition process.
Space is limited - register today!
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