Cooper Robertson has been selected to develop the next phase of a master plan for Georgia State University (GSU). The work will help reshape and enhance the main downtown Atlanta campus, as well as five satellite campuses throughout the state. This is part of a medium- and long-term strategic plan underway at the public university that anticipates expanding to 60,000 students within the next decade.
An agricultural educational facility has been designed by PJHM Architects for the Coachella Valley Unified School District in California. Intense climate mitigation and the revitalization of an agricultural community characterizes the Agriculture + Natural Resources Academy (Ag+NRA).
Originally constructed in 1930 and steeped in tradition, the University of Notre Dame Stadium, Indiana, remains an iconic symbol of the football program. Although significantly expanded in 1999, the facilities at “the house that Knute Rockne [football coach] built” received minimal upgrades and improvements over the years, and alterations had left an eclectic mix of building styles.
The University of California, Los Angeles’ (UCLA’s) library masterplan will be redesigned by Johnson Favaro. It will include seven libraries located across the Westwood, California, campus consisting of Young Research, East Asian, Special Collections, Biomedical, Science and Engineering, Music, and Management.