VSU College of Engineering and Technology

LOCATION

Petersburg, Virginia

EXPERTISE

SERVICES

Architecture | Sustainable Design

Working alongside lead architect Moseley Architects, Baskervill (then BAM Architects) executed design of the new engineering and technology building at Virginia State University. The 77,000-sf, three-story classroom and teaching/research laboratory facility supports the departments of Engineering Technology, Computer Science, and Industrial Education and Technology. Public circulation through “Project Display” areas showcase VSU’s engineering program, while tiered auditorium-style learning spaces facilitate classroom engagement and discussion. The architecture respects the historic campus tradition while creating a state-of-the-art research and teaching facility. The building is LEED certified.

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