Scott Hall-Campus Design and Facility Development - Carnegie Mellon University

Overview

The Sherman and Joyce Bowie Scott Hall is the newest addition to the Carnegie Mellon University Campus.  The 100K SF building houses wet and dry laboratories, collaborative and office spaces, a cafe, and a 10K SF cleanroom facility.  It is the new home for Nano Fabrication, Wilton E. Scott Institute for Energy Innovation, and it provides an on campus location for the Biomedical Engineering Department.  This distribution creates a local hub for CIT.

model

mall view mall view noted

Scott Hall is comprised of two unique components, the North Wing and the Courtyard.  The North Wing is an elevated multi-story structure built on the hillside between Wean and Roberts Halls which is a major crossroads for campus infrastructure.  While the Courtyard is a surface level structure built in the service space between Hamerschlag, Porter, and Wean Halls.

The Courtyard structure incorporates a green roof and walk-way which extends the historic Hornbostel Mall to the North Wing.  Here, a centrally located cafe is a vibrant gathering space for the entire University.  The new space enriches the campus fabric and strengthens connectivity by linking four major buildings, Hamerschlag, Porter, Roberts and Wean Halls.  

View from Mall ruge atrium

common stair commons lower floor

marquee conference room

The project is scheduled to finish in 2016.

Campus Connections

Picture below shows Scott Hall campus connections. As shown in the drawing, Porter, Hamerschlag, Roberts and Wean Halls are connected by Scott Hall.

campus-connections

Team Members

Campus Design & Facility Development will be working in coordination with the following companies to execute this project smoothly. 

 

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