BSA Lifestructures

Hodge Hall Undergraduate Center

The Hodge Hall Undergraduate Center addition and renovation creates an experiential learning environment for student collaboration. New classrooms, meeting and student spaces support Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business.

The addition and renovation allows the university to accommodate an increasing student enrollment while sustaining a high level of academic excellence. A distinctive new entry welcomes visitors and provides an identity for the undergraduate school. Spacious multipurpose rooms provide lounge space and areas for study. The rooms can also be used for small lectures, special events and receptions. High ceilings, wood paneling and beams are reflective of the university’s traditional architecture. The carefully designed architecture draws from the original Indiana University School of Business, Woodburn Hall.

Project Statistics

  • Client Indiana University
  • Location Bloomington, Indiana
  • Size 83,520 SF
  • Year Completed 2014
  • Service Provided Architecture, Engineering, Interior Design, Civil Engineering
  • Awards LEED Gold; 2015 AIA Indiana Design Awards: Honor Award, New Construction (Project cost greater than $1 million); 2017 IIDA Indiana Chapter, IDEA Award: Runner-up in Higher Education New Construction