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Rutgers University

School of Engineering Feasibility Study

Location: Piscataway, NJ
Project Completed: Feasibility Study: 2012 / Richard Weeks Hall of Engineering: 2018 (est.)

In 2012, SLAM completed a feasibility study for Rutgers School of Engineering that focused on identifying and responding to the current needs of the School of Engineering. The scope required careful site analysis, master planning, long-range programming alongside conceptual planning and cost estimating. The planning effort required bringing together a number of academic programs and research centers to form a new Gateway Building designed to make a statement about the commitment to the School of Engineering.

The new 105,000-SF Richard Weeks Hall of Engineering is phase one of the new engineering multi-building complex that will gradually replace the School of Engineering’s primary facility. Serving as a literal and figurative gateway to the engineering precinct, the building creates a focal point and destination on the Busch campus for the Rutgers community, corporate partners and its neighbors at large, reinforcing the interdisciplinary focus of this facility to support the school’s academic and research initiatives.

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