TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) — One of Rose-Hulman’s oldest building got a multi-million dollar renovation.

Moench Hall is a building that is over 100-years-old that recently finished up nearly $25,000,000 in renovations. This has been a two-year project that mainly focused on HVAC renovations and interior improvements.

This was to please the needs of the faculty and students occupying this building. Renovations included more accessibility options and all new offices and classrooms.

Robert Coons is the president of Rose-Hulman, and he expressed that he could not be happier with the improvements made to this building.

“Over the last 3 or 4 years, we have invested over 50 million dollars in this building and the new academic building. Looking at the overall academic space and the quality and the quality of that space more closely matches the quality of our faculty that are in the classrooms. I’m really happy about that.”

There will also be a cafe area added to this building that will include a Starbucks.