SJSU Audiology Renovation

This project enabled San Jose State to graduate their first class of audiology doctorate students.

Key Statistics


San Jose, CA


Board of Trustees of California State University


6,954 Square Feet

4 Levels

LEED Certification:


Drywall, Carpentry, Concrete

Delivery Model:

Stipulated Sum Design-Build


William Duff Architects, Inc.

The San Jose State Audiology Program Renovation Project located in San Jose, CA is a tenant improvement, Type II-A audiology lab and classroom renovation with a construction cost of $2.8 M. The project is designed by William Duff Architects. This lump-sum design build project totals 4,355 SF of renovated space. It includes a hearing aid room, a hearing aid adjustment room, a radio-frequency shielded electrophysiology testing room, a vestibular testing room, restrooms, and a full audiometric suite including two audiometric testing booths and one middle ear analysis booth. The renovation project occupies a ground-level space within Sweeney Hall. Given the age of the building, ADA and accessible upgrades were also provided for access throughout the spaces, including public restrooms. The project enables San Jose State to graduate their first class of audiology doctorate students. Webcor self-performed concrete, drywall, ACT, and doors frames hardware.


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