CATEGORY : Higher Education YEAR : 2018 LOCATION : Salt Lake City, UT SQUARE FOOTAGE : 120,000
The classroom building is the new home for the College of Life Sciences at Brigham Young University. It provides updated spaces and equipment for the students and faculty and includes 16 teaching labs, four conference rooms, three auditoriums, and more than 70 academic offices.
Dixie Tech is a major provider of occupational and applied technology education in Southern Utah. After leasing space in various buildings throughout St. George for years, Dixie Tech purchased 30 acres of land on the site of the former St. George Airport. Reaveley Engineers participated in the master plan, program, and design of the school’s permanent campus.
This two-story freestanding building for Utah State’s Eastern campus brings together students from different programs and backgrounds. It houses general classrooms as well as the departments of Communications, Art, Theater, Music, and Criminal Justice. The building provides much-needed classroom space for general and vocational education and includes interactive video classrooms and lab spaces.
This four-story building is home to Utah State’s College of Education and Human Services. It includes integrated service delivery, vocational, and graduate student training for six different clinics.
The second building on Weber State’s Davis campus contains classrooms and laboratories to accommodate high-demand programs like nursing, electronics engineering, construction management, and interior design. In addition to learning spaces, the building includes student union space featuring a large food court, bookstore, and an area for campus recreation and events.
The Human Performance Center will hold specialized classrooms and labs DSU needs to offer Health and Human Performance programs such as Recreation and Sports Management, Population Health, and Exercise Science. The center will also provide the space necessary to partner with the University of Utah in offering Physical and Occupational Therapy programs.
Located on a prominent corner of the Snow College campus, the new structure is home to the Science, Engineering, and Math Departments. The building was designed to “speak science,” and is full of interactive displays to enhance learning and stimulate an interest in science to all who visit.
Located on President’s Circle at the University of Utah, the George Thomas Building is the former home of both the University Library and Utah Museum of Natural History. The building was renovated and expanded into a center for scientific research and teaching.