George Mason University Core Campus Project

About

THIS PROJECT

The Core Campus Project includes the phased demolition of Robinson Hall’s A and B wings, as well as the construction of a 2,000 SF addition to the Harris Theatre and a 218,000 SF, 118-foot-tall academic and research facility. The new Horizon Hall will be George Mason University’s largest classroom building and home to the College of Humanities and Social Sciences. It will include:

  • Collaboration and meeting spaces
  • Informal learning areas
  • Conference rooms
  • Approximately 32 modern classrooms and 210 offices
  • The Mason Innovation Exchange (MIX)
  • Outdoor spaces, such as a meditation garden and terraced amphitheater for student gatherings

Horizon Hall is designed to support the University’s strategic plan and goal to deliver a transformative learning experience that is experimental, global and technology-rich.

Our team also replaced 16,000 LF of chilled water piping within the campus thermal infrastructure loop system. It includes the addition of 150 LF of new tunnel and hot water piping to enable increased redundancy in the hot water system in the northeast sector of the campus, as well as 700 LF of new, chilled water piping to serve and interconnect the northwest sector of the Fairfax Campus.

PROJECT OVERVIEW

LOCATION:
Fairfax, Virginia
Mid-Atlantic

CLIENT:
George Mason University

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1,841

TONS OF STRUCTURAL STEEL

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80

FOOT ATRIUM

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10

PREFABRICATED ELECTRICAL ROOMS BUILT OFF SITE AND RIGGED INTO THE BUILDING

Project

GALLERY

Higher Education National Leader
Ed Joffe
410-337-2342
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