Heinz Hamburg Hall-Campus Design and Facility Development - Carnegie Mellon University

Heinz College - Hamburg Hall Addition

Project Overview

This four phase project includes the new construction of a 150 seat classroom building in the courtyard between Hamburg Hall and Elliott Dunlap Smith Hall, new accessible entrance from Forbes Avenue, study spaces on  A-Level and receiving/lounge space in the rotunda with direct entry from the front lobby, renovated bathrooms on all floors, glass fire enclosures of the open stairs, 5 new classrooms and offices on the first and second floors of the West Wing. 

Phase 1 - Relocation and upgrade of student services office and the creation of nine interview rooms. - Completed Summer 2013

Phase 2 - Create 150 seat classroom and transform rotunda into collaborative space for faculty,
staff and students as well as create handicapped-accessible entrance on Forbes Ave.  - New Classroom Completed August 2015; Rotunda Completed February 2016

Phase 2.5 - Renovations in West Wing to create flexible classrooms to allow for innovative
and progressive learning. - Completed August 2016

Phase 3 - Enclose courtyard with glass roof
providing student space and a cafe for Heinz
College students

Phase 4 - Interior office renovations





Team Members

Campus Design & Facility Development will be woking in conjunction with the following organizations to complete the Heinz Hamburg Hall Addition project:

GBBN Architects, Inc., Pittsburgh, PA - Design Architect
Mascaro Construction Co., L.P., Pittsburgh, PA - Construction Manager