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University of Cincinnati
225,000 sq. ft., 4-Stories
Virtual Design & Construction
The four-story, 225,000 sq. ft. UC College of Business features an expansive floor plan with more than 160 faculty office spaces, a 150-seat, two-story lecture hall, a grand atrium + lobby space, glass facades, a green roof, a courtyard, a large cafe, a 250-seat auditorium, research labs, a teaching lab, exam and tutoring areas, huddle and breakout rooms, and plenty of open workspaces. The integration of communal space and learning spaces for students to congregate and meet with one another and faculty encompasses the most important design elements of the new building. Specifically, the new facility will include workspaces where students can come together to think about entrepreneurial activities. Utilization of a signature architect is common for the University, as the campus was recognized by the New York Times Magazine in 2015 for its “Starchitecture”. Beyond its physical presence, the University has an incredible influence on the community, the region, and the country. The need for the new facility was driven by the rapid increase in graduate-level enrollment which has surged 200 percent in the past six years. This growth has been matched by record undergraduate metrics.