This renovation to Dunham Lab’s Room 220 was the first update the space had received in nearly fifty years. As the primary large-group classroom serving the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS), they were essential to bringing the space up to 21st century learning standards. The seating count was increased to accommodate 144 students including reconfigured seating to accommodate accessible and companion spaces, as well as left-handed tablets to comply with the classroom committee’s polling data. A new air conditioning system was installed with environmental controls that provide fresh air along with CO2 monitoring. Other critical updates included new finish flooring, vertically sliding chalkboards, motorized window shades and finish improvements to the teaching area. Interior acoustical treatments were also added as was a rework of all media (audio-visual) components.