Fort Lewis College | School of Business and School of Education Building

  • $7.8M
  • 53,000 SF
  • 2000

The School of Business and the School of Education are currently the only two Professional Programs on campus at Fort Lewis College, and a need was recognized to expand the instructional space provided for these programs. In addition, there would be additional general classroom space needed on campus once the existing Hesperus Hall (the current home of the schools of Business and Education) was demolished.

The new Classroom Building is intended to serve both these functions, providing a central grouping of faculty offices and classrooms for the Schools of Business and Education, and to provide additional general purpose classrooms for campus use.

The facility houses state of the art teaching classrooms, faculty and staff offices, and general computer laboratories, to be used by the entire campus. The building occupies a very significant and prominent site on the campus, thus dictating the importance of the master plan for this and later phases of construction.

Campus circulation, both pedestrian and vehicular, are affected by and informed by the building’s placement. Current and future utility needs are factored into the infrastructure design.

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