Structural Engineering for a new 134,000 GSF academic building. The buildings’ distinctive 120-seat “Digitorium” is the core of the space. The new building also houses 32 learning spaces and classrooms, 12 laboratories, 2 audio studios, 4 conference rooms and 2 student lounges. The complex geometry of the Digitorium was constructed with a reinforced CMU core, sloping steel exterior columns, and a curved steel facade support. This project achieved LEED Silver certification.

-Completed 2011-

Northern Kentucky University – Griffin Hall Center for Informatics
Highland Heights, KY
Architect: Goody Clancy