The Penn State Dubois Multipurpose Building Renovation and Addition project will provide improved recreational, fitness and athletic program elements, along with enhancing the existing campus aesthetic and character.
The Multipurpose Building, originally constructured in 1966, has remained largely the same for the past 50 years with only minor reconfigurations. Today, the Multipurpose Building serves as the Penn State Dubois indoor facility for athletic programs, physical activity courses, intramural programs, general recreational activities, special events, wildlife studies and physical therapy. The existing 31,350 gross square foot building includes a gymnasium, fitness room, offices, locker rooms, classrooms and labs. The intent of this project is to renew the entire building's systems and fully address the ongoing space needs to support current programs and broader campus aspirations.
|Letter of Interest||136.67 KB|
|Dubois Multipurpose Building Renovation and Addition Shortlist||509.84 KB|
|Dubois Multipurpose Building Renovation and Addition - Appointment Complete||86.6 KB|