Learning spaces: It is essential that teaching spaces today enable collaborative team-based learning in a flexible proven format. All of our academic facility designs include flexible spaces that anticipate reconfiguration and smart growth.
Cost-effective outdoor gathering spaces: Planned and landscaped sites can be utilized for assemblies, industry and community events or special student activities. Outdoor learning has proven to be a very effective adjunct to traditional indoor spaces for multiple disciplines.
Industry partnership spaces: Much of academic science is supported through industry partners. Such spaces can be used to display equipment, host educational events and bridge the gap between students and working professionals.
Laboratories: These expensive resources are the backbone to many science facilities but have evolved to be are smart utility solutions that support complex instrumentation and equipment with reliable, economical and flexible systems.
Transparency and circulation: There is a consensus in the research community that encouraging people to cross paths usually results in good things in science. Transparency and carefully designed circulation can be useful tools to achieve “creative collisions”.