Montgomery Hall & The Shed were existing structures that used to house The Neal-Blun Company which was one of the largest suppliers of cabinets and building materials during the first half of the 20th century with well over 120,000 square feet of space. These buildings had very large, exposed, heart-pine beams that were saved in the demolition and renovation process. Other than the steel structures of the original building, the remodel and renovation was a top-to-bottom overhaul including new framing, flooring, woodwork, ceilings, lighting, HVAC, electrical, and finishes. We also installed advanced equipment used by the students. Montgomery Hall is now utilized as classrooms for interactive design and game development, animation, visual effects, and motion media design departments, as well as dormitories. The Shed features robotics laboratories, advanced computer labs for virtual and augmented reality, and over 20 state-of-the-art classrooms.