University of Tennessee - Ayers Hall Building - Knoxville, TN

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University of Tennessee - Ayers Hall Building - Knoxville, TN

Description

The landmark building on the University of Tennessee-Knoxville campus, Ayres Hall, is named after the twelfth president of the University, Brown Ayres, who made UT a quality university and a true state land-grant institution.

he 1921 structure was certified by the U.S. Green Building Council and verified by the Green Building Certification Building Institute. The building, one of the oldest on campus, reopened in January 2011 after an extensive two-year, $23 million renovation.

The building has 10 classrooms, three conference rooms and two specialized classrooms for the Department of Mathematics.

Richland, LLC Projects

Richland, LLC created custom made wood doors and hardware to match the existing historic hardware and doors already in place.