Houser Hall Renovation

University of Alabama

Originally constructed in 1949, Houser Hall was built to last. Now, with a brick-by-brick renovation, the facility has a new lease on life.



Originally constructed in 1949, Houser Hall underwent a comprehensive renovation to the interior and exterior of the building. The renovation includes a complete interior rebuild to house the Office of Disability Services, Office of Testing & Technology Services, and Office of Veteran and Military Affairs. Additional spaces provided in the project include faculty and support staff offices, conference rooms, storage rooms, two large classrooms with tiered seating, and a large flexible meeting/testing room. Great effort was made to keep the original design intent of the building and campus vernacular while providing interior spaces and building systems to meet the efficient, modern demand of the University.

Project design and documentation was achieved using the latest 3D modeling technology as well as on site 3D scanning for the most accurate documents possible. 

At a glance

  • Located in Tuscaloosa, AL
  • 43,000 sf
  • Completed August 2015


  • Architecture
  • Interior Design
  • Renovation + Restoration