Social Sciences and Management Building

The Social Sciences and Management Building stands on 1.5 acres next to Science and Engineering 1. Groundbreaking for the three story, cast-in-place, 101,900-square-foot building took place in 2008 and the building opened in Fall 2011. The building houses the School of Social Sciences, Humanities and Arts. The Social Sciences and Management facility meets the campus’s high environmental standards, including water-efficient landscaping and recycled materials. The building was constructed to allow natural light for art studios and easy access for visitors and students.

Project Details

Construction Cost: $38 million
Completion Date: 2011
Campus Architect: Thomas Lollini, FAIA
Project Director: Catherine Kniazewycz
Campus LEED Coordinators: Mark Maxwell
Architect: Studios Architecture