Tate Hall – ext 1 – RF
Tate Hall – ext 2 – RF
Tate Hall – int 1 – RF
Tate Hall – int 2 – RF
Tate Hall – int 3 – RF
Tate Hall – int 4 – RF
Tate Hall – int 5 – RF
Tate Hall – int 6 – RF
Tate Hall – ext 1 – RF
Tate Hall – ext 2 – RF
Tate Hall – int 1 – RF
Tate Hall – int 2 – RF
Tate Hall – int 3 – RF
Tate Hall – int 4 – RF
Tate Hall – int 5 – RF
Tate Hall – int 6 – RF

Tate Hall Renovation

University of Missouri

Columbia, Missouri


Prominently located at the south east corner of MU’s quadrangle, Tate Hall was constructed in 1929 for the University of Missouri Law School but had become significantly underutilized due to nonconformance to Life Safety and ADA requirements. SOA designed the renovation which involved gutting the building to structure and removing a portion of the building between the 1929 and 1954 portions. Newly renovated spaces and a building addition include classrooms, faculty offices, computer lab, conference and seminar rooms, study lounges and restrooms. Tate Hall is cited by the University as a strong example of Mizzou’s Stewardship Model for transforming inactive and under-used space, improving accessibility and eliminating deferred-maintenance costs.