Agricultural & Biological Engineering Building | Pennsylvania State University

The renovation and expansion of the 1939 Charles Klauder building represents the school’s vision to create a comprehensive and integrated complex for the Agricultural and Biological Engineering departments. ..

The renovation and expansion of the 1939 Charles Klauder building represents the school’s vision to create a comprehensive and integrated complex for the Agricultural and Biological Engineering departments.

Keast & Hood is providing full structural engineering services for Penn State’s first Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) commission. The project will involve renovations to the existing 15,000-sf building and addition of approximately 80,000-sf. The three-story building is expected to accommodate classrooms, offices, and a variety of specialty lab spaces housing everything from a bio-fermentation facility to a tractor simulation laboratory.

The project will be completed under a true, Integrated Project Delivery model using a multi-party agreement with Pennsylvania State University, EYP Architecture & Engineering, DPR Construction, Metropolitan Mechanical Contractors, and Lighthouse Electric Company.

CLIENT: EYP Architecture & Engineering
LOCATION: University Park Campus, PA

TYPE: Academic, SERVICES: Addition, Renovation, MATERIALS: SUSTAINABILITY: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Renderings © EYP Architecture & Engineering

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