Wyllie Hall, originally built in 1972, is named in honor of the university’s founding chancellor, Dr. Irvin G. Wyllie, who served UW-Parkside from 1966 to 1974. The Wyllie Hall renovation will replace outdated heating and chilling infrastructure, update student service areas, and improve accessibility for those with physical disabilities.
The design will be more open and user-friendly access to student-service areas such as Financial Aid, the Registrar’s Office, Student Support Services, the Parkside Academic Resource Center, and the Library.
We are lucky to be working with Super Sky on the restoration and re-glazing of the Wyllie Hall Atrium Skylight.
Super Sky was actually the original contractor the installed the sky light from the original construction in the 70’s.
KUSD THEATRE ARTS COLLABORATION
KUSD Theatre Arts approached Camosy to be apart of their adaptation of “Working the Musical”
Superintendent, Bryan Hammond, was interviewed and shadowed for a day on the Wyllie Hall project site with Backyard Dream Studio to be included in the stage production!