University - Classroom Buildings

JMU - College of Health & Behavioral Studies

James Madison University – East Tower - Harrisonburg, Virginia

150,000 SF – 6 story - 2016
New free-standing building housing five departments (Health Sciences, Nursing, Communication Sciences & Disorders, Social Work, and Creative Services) in addition to the Dean’s Suite and kitchen facilities at James Madison University - North Campus. This building replaced the existing East Tower of the former Rockingham Memorial Hospital.

VCU – Academic Learning Commons

Virginia Commonwealth University – Richmond, Virginia

102,000 SF – 4 story - $28,000,000 – 2012
Academic building to house the School of Social Work and the Department of English. The classroom configuration for the first floor consists of one 400-student sloped floor classroom; one 200-student tiered floor classroom; three 80-student tiered floor classrooms; and one 80-student classroom. The second floor classrooms consist of three 150-student tiered floor classrooms and one 80-student classroom.

VCU - School of Engineering

Virginia Commonwealth University – Richmond, Virginia
School of Engineering East Hall

115,000 SF – 4 story - $40,000,000 – 2008
Concrete/steel beam composite floor construction. Lecture halls, 60 research and teaching labs, student meeting and study spaces, classrooms and faculty offices.

VCU - School of Business

Virginia Commonwealth University – Richmond, Virginia
School of Business Snead Hall

145,000 SF – 4 story - $46,000,000 - 2008
Concrete/steel beam composite floor construction. Classrooms and faculty offices, capital markets center and trading room, central atrium, student commons, café, business and engineering career center, Center for Corporate Education, auditorium, collaborative learning rooms, tiered case study classrooms and team-building rooms.

W&M - School of Education

William & Mary – Williamsburg, Virginia
School of Education

130,000 SF – 3 story - $40,000,000 – 2011
Steel braced frame, composite concrete steel beam floor, sloping steel beam roof. Classrooms, offices, conference areas, support spaces.

U of R – Queally Hall

University of Richmond – Richmond, Virginia
Queally Hall – Robins School of Business

37,000 SF, three-story addition to the Robins School of Business. Includes a 225-seat auditorium, classrooms, business research and teaching centers, a finance trading room, the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, and a café.

U of R – Carole Weinstein International Center

University of Richmond – Richmond, Virginia
Weinstein Center for International Studies

57,000 SF center housing the Office of International Education, 12 departments and interdisciplinary programs and visiting scholars. The Center also features seven high-tech classrooms, collaborative spaces for students and faculty, an outdoor classroom and the Passport Café.

VCU – Fine Arts Center

Virginia Commonwealth University – Richmond, Virginia

115,000 SF. 3-story academic building which houses exhibit rooms, video editing rooms, computer labs, and classrooms for the fine arts departments of sculpture, crafts, painting and printmaking.

Longwood – Grainger Hall

Longwood University – Farmville, Virginia
Grainger Hall

English and Modern Languages classrooms. State-of-art computer classrooms, wireless Internet access and a digitally-based language laboratory.

UVA - School of Law

University of Virginia – Charlottesville, Virginia

64,000 SF infill addition between existing two-story old Business School and Law School plus infilling over existing one-story courtyard with surrounding structures on four sides. Expansion included the addition of a one-story structure with connecting links to existing buildings on each side.