University of Arizona – Environment and Natural Resources, Phase 2

Part of the University of Arizona’s long term effort to promote interdisciplinary research that focuses on earth science and environmental programs, the Environmental & Natural Resources Phase II Building (ENR2) will create an atmosphere of scientific collaboration and interdisciplinary research. One of the facility’s main objectives will be to facilitate the origination, development and distribution of earth science and environmental knowledge by sharing information within and outside the facility via voice/data/video network capabilities, as well as face-to-face meetings, colloquia and conferences. Convergent Technologies scope for this project includes audiovisual systems with infrastructure design along with acoustics, noise & vibration control design services. Spaces to receive technology systems design include: 600-seat large auditorium, 2 small auditoriums, small and medium conference rooms, graduate student collaborative spaces, dry laboratories and lobby spaces. Currently in design development, this project anticipates Platinum LEED certification.
Architect: GLHN Architects & Engineers; Richard + Bauer

Location: Tuscon, Arizona

Construction Cost: $75 Million

Project Size: 128,000+ gsf


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