Trends in current universities show that many campus facilities are creating collaborative spaces to encourage a greater student-centered learning environment, no matter the subject or department.
BSA LifeStructures’ university project experience has programs that include civil engineering, structural engineering, research labs, teaching labs and manufacturing space. These projects range from new state of the art research and education facilities to relocation programming to smaller on campus renovations.
One current project set to be completed this year is the 164,000 square foot Wilmeth Active Learning Center at Purdue University.
This facility will provide 27 active learning classrooms as well as the new Engineering and Science Library with state of the art technology and design features. This facility is a combination of six consolidated libraries including chemistry, engineering, and physics. With the ribbon cutting set for August 2017, the facility will be opened for students and faculty for the Fall semester.
Another project the BSA LifeStructures team is working on involves relocation programming and renovation design for Georgia State University.
Located in the heart of downtown Atlanta, this urban campus is planning relocation of several departments, including geosciences, physics, neurosciences, astronomy, physcology, STEM, and general research labs, to prepare for demolition of their facility. The Geosciences Department will be relocated to a separate building, Sparks Hall, on campus that will undergo major design renovation.
For more learning and discovery projects visit our project page!