College Planning & Management

JUN 2013

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education design showcase • colleges & universities PROJECT OF DISTINCTION o u ts ta n d i n g d es i g n + a rc h i t e c t u r e i n ed u c at i o n Temple University pEarSon and mcgoniglE HallS T he renovation and addition of Pearson and mcgonigle halls serves as a highly visible symbol of Temple University's plans to energize Broad Street, a main campus thoroughfare. The project joined two adjacent sports and recreation facilities and transformed their concrete façades with vibrant expanses of glass wrapping the front of both buildings. An additional 140,000 square feet was joined to the buildings' existing 225,000 square feet, which was partially renovated. Designers developed a creative solution to the site's urban constraints: a two-story upper level constructed across the top of the two buildings. This new level provides regulation practice courts for both Temple's men's and women's basketball teams, as well as locker rooms, sports medicine center, weight room, athletic offce suite, team room and Sports Hall of Fame. Also included on this foor is a four-court gymnasium for recreational use, a campus recreation offce suite and multipurpose rooms. A new three-story atrium lobby connects the two buildings and contains a large café and lounge, academic advising space and control desk. A two-story horizontal glass arcade links to the atrium and includes a 26-foot climbing wall with bouldering area, retail shops and 2,200-square-foot ftness mezzanine. The glass arcade runs along Broad Street, showcasing the energy and amenities within. EDS 13 ArCHITECTS Hastings+chivetta architects ERIK KOCHER, AIA, LEED-AP 314.863.5717 H2l2 architects/planners MYKHAYLO KULYNYCH, AIA 215.925.5300 prOjECT INfOrMATION CHIEF ADMINISTRATOR COMPLETION DATE Steve Young Sept. 2012 GROSS AREA PER STUDENT SITE SIzE 365,000 sq. ft. N/A N/A CURRENT ENROLLMENT 38,648 students CAPACITY N/A COST PER STUDENT COST PER Sq. FT. TOTAL COST N/A N/A $58,000,000 WWW.EDUCATIONDESIGNSHOWCASE.COm E19

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