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California State University, Chico
89,075 sq. ft., 4-Stories
AC Martin Partners, Inc.
To bring more of the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences together in one state-of-the-art building, Chico State will replace the functions at Butte Hall, originally constructed in 1972, with the Design-Build of a multi-story academic building. The intent of the new project is to incorporate active learning classrooms, lecture rooms, administrative and faculty offices, conference rooms, and breakout areas. The building will make the most of the unique opportunities offered by the site and offers welcoming views of its striking surroundings from all directions. The building is designed to meet Net Zero Energy (NZE) standards.
“The building that you see behind us will be the first energy-net-neutral building on campus and the third in the system. This is awesome because, in doing so, the University is walking the talk in our commitment to sustainability and resilience. I cannot wait to step foot into this completed building.”
– Eddie Vela, Dean of the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences