LEED Registered Project
Bothell Phase 3
LEED-NC v2.2 - Registered
- LEED Registration
The goal of the UW Bothell - Phase 3 Project is to provide a new academic building to accommodate a capacity increase of approximately 600 full-time equivalent students. The proposed facility will support expanded and new degree programs, will allow for program development in science, technology, engineering and math, and will serve to transition the campus toward the new 4-year curriculum. The goals of the facility will be to provide an efficient mix of new space to foster collaboration and meet the needs of a 4-year institution. Specific program goals will include a mix of larger classrooms targeted at the more typical lower division class size, instructional laboratory facilities, collaborative learning spaces, faculty offices, an open access computer lab, and a divisible large lecture hall. The divisible large lecture hall will serve core instructional needs and will also serve as an auditorium for campus-wide functions for the growing campus community. The proposed facility will also include a teaching and learning center for long-term faculty development and to facilitate the transition to meeting the needs of freshmen and sophomores. Associated site and infrastructure improvements will be specifically defined the project’s current Pre-design phase projected to end September 2008. The project will meet at least LEED-NC Silver rating.
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