Newell-Simon Hall, School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University
The School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University includes additions and renovations to two buildings on the West Campus. This project is a complex consolidation of the two existing structures into a cohesive whole by extending both buildings two stories vertically and connecting them together with a circulation spine and atrium.
65,000 SF New /
105,000 SF Renovation
The expanded and renovated building will be used primarily for research, offices, and laboratories for The Robotics Institute, Human Communications Interface Institute and The Learning Technologies Institute. The building includes a high-bay work area for robotics research on automated vehicles.