Classroom Refresh Program Update

F/CM reports progress on the classroom renovations.

Fred J. Heyne Hall, Room 32

Nearly 160 general purpose classrooms scheduled by the Registrar’s Office will be renovated over the next eight to ten years as part of a Classroom Refresh Program. Now in its second year, the program has completed 19 general purpose classrooms with an additional 10 classrooms and three lecture halls selected for FY23.

The Facilities/Construction Management Department (F/CM) in partnership with the Office of the University Registrar, and UH Information Technology collaborate to provide improved, modern learning environments for both students and faculty. The program’s focus is to create a standard instructional platform by upgrading instructional technology, replacing furniture, and refreshing finishes consistent with UH’s mission to transform lives and communities through education, research, service and innovation.

Team members from F/C M are excited to create learning environments which have a direct impact on UH’s academic community by providing safe, highly functional and attractive spaces which foster educational excellence. This program is the perfect opportunity for F/CM to continue building futures and maintaining excellence.