Luddy Hall – School of Informatics, Computing and Engineering

Location: Bloomington, IN
Client: Indiana University, Bloomington
Architect(s): Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects, New Haven, CT (design architect)
Ratio Architects, Indianapolis(executive architect)
GSF: 124,000
Cost: $ 39.8M
Completion: 2018
Recognition: LEED Gold Certification

A pivotal building on the IU Bloomington campus, Luddy Hall was designed to be an innovative teaching and research space with classrooms, offices, laboratories, and support functions. We provided MEP design for this innovation center. The fabrication laboratory is equipped with state-of-the-art technology to support a range of prototyping done by faculty and students. Over 31 labs are part of this building. Classrooms were designed to encourage collaboration and active learning. Instructional space includes a mix of one large 150-station classroom, three 70-station classrooms, and three smaller classrooms with 25 workstations each. Photo Credit: Ratio

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