After an eight-month renovation, Kellogg Community College students have a revitalized Davidson Visual and Performing Arts Center in Battle Creek.
As the construction manager of the project, Walbridge oversaw a complete renovation, including creation of a new lobby with an open central staircase, art gallery, photography and painting studios, photo development darkrooms and a music wing.
The project improved the center’s facilities and technological capabilities, expanding common areas and integrated new equipment and materials.
In addition to renovating lecture halls, computer labs and multi-use classrooms, Walbridge also replaced an elevator in the center of the new lobby.
All mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems for the building were replaced.
The building houses Kellogg’s visual and performing arts programs primarily and opened at the start of the fall 2015 semester.