Client:Boise State University
Size:59,000 sq. ft.
BSU - Interactive Learning Center
The central transparent core contains a specialized 3-D visualization lab and 2-story reading room that highlight the natural beauty of the surrounding landscape.
The Interactive Learning Center is a teaching and learning facility built in the heart of the Boise State University Campus. The intent of the facility is to provide an interactive center which encourages dynamic teaching infused with technology. These intentions are relayed through multiple facets of the building, including, a cyber cafe and eatery, 200 seat high-tech auditorium, multi-media laboratories, and multiple study and reading rooms with breathtaking views of the campus.
Architects: Lombard Conrad Architects/Opsis
Challenges: The construction of this building presented an extra challenge, since it was built in the heart of the fully-occupied Boise State Campus.
Scope of Work: Construction Management