The new Integrated Sciences Building is the visible heart of the sciences at the head of the Science Mall. The three-story facility adjoins Williams Hall, a 1960s brutalist building that underwent extensive renovations.
Ayers Saint Gross transformed Bryan Hall into a premier chemistry research facility for synthetic, instrument-based, nuclear, and radio chemistry.
A vibrant living-learning environment combines traditional double and single units with outside-the-unit spaces to foster community.
The Morgan Business Center houses the Earl G. Graves School of Business and Management and is the first of three buildings in a new precinct.
This urban residence hall is a keystone of The George Washington University’s development plan.
This garage was one of the first in the country to achieve a certification under Green Business Certification Inc.’s (GBCI) new ParkSmart program that recognizes sustainable garages.
The LEED Silver building showcases bold colorful graphics, as well as signs that highlight the building’s sustainable features.
This new 250-bed residence hall creates two distinctive outdoor spaces for students: an open-lawn quad residence halls and a more informal “backyard” space.
This LEED-Platinum School of Public Health is comprised of an auditorium, a wide variety of classroom types, and a seven-story atrium.
A dynamic urban presence, vertical organization, and sustainable design distinguish this project as one of the most forward-thinking law school facilities in the country.
The Thomas Jefferson Visitor Center provides a gateway to Monticello, an international icon on the World Heritage List of the United Nations.