Bryn Mawr College | Pembroke Hall East Façade Restoration

Bryn Mawr College’s Pembroke Hall, which consists of East and West wings, was originally completed in 1894. Many of its rooms still contain the original fireplaces and window seats. A structural renovation and restoration of the East wing included new structural steel, stone masonry, slate roofing, and associated interior finishes. Pembroke includes cafe food service, dining, student lounges, restrooms, as well as meeting and student activity functions.