The building provides space to temporarily house academic or administrative units that are displaced because of renovations to their home buildings. The facility was designed using a pre-engineered steel frame with its exterior clad in metal panels and precast concrete-like panel accents. The building is designed to be disassembled and recycled in 10 or 15 years.
One floor; 45,000 square feet. Find a public access defibrillator in the hall intersect.
Construction started in 2006 and was finished in 2007.
Address: 400 Stanger St. | Map Grid: L-2
Originally Built: 2007 | Abbreviation: SURGE
Latitude: 37.23301 | Longitude: -80.423