VSU College of Engineering and Technology
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.