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new hampton school, meservey hall

Meservey Hall, built in 1859, is located along New Hampton’s Academic Row. The historic façade, which faces main street, will be restored with new windows, roofing, and re-pointed brick. The interior will also be completely renovated with new finishes and systems. A new addition facing the inner campus of the school will double the building’s footprint. The design carefully maintains the scale, materials, and character of the historic building, while the roof forms and wrap-around porch weave the old and new portions together. The addition opens the building up to the inner campus by creating a welcoming entry and protected patio for students to enjoy. Glassed-in open stair halls and a large bay window invite in daylight and open the interior spaces to the surrounding campus.

The completed Meservey Hall will support New Hampton’s History and Academic Support Program with state-of-the-art classrooms, tutorial and group spaces, along with a central “history gallery” that connects all levels of the building. This project continues the transformation of New Hampton’s Academic Row and is located next to the new (OMR designed) Pilalas Math and Science Center.