University of Kansas, Earth, Energy, and Environment Center

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The Earth, Energy, and Environment Center for the University of Kansas included two buildings totaling 140,000 square feet.  The buildings integrated research and teaching facilities from the Department of Geology, Geography, Chemical and Petroleum Engineering, Physics, and Tertiary Oil Recovery Programs. The project marked the beginning of a transformative development for the campus with a philosophy of engaging students in innovative ways. The labs and classrooms consist of half-height walls with glass for visible learning, offering an opportunity for all occupants to see what is taking place within. Additionally, open seating areas are seen throughout promoting collaboration.   

 

 

 

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