Rutgers Business School | TEN Arquitectos

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Project Name: Rutgers Business School

Practice: TEN Arquitectos

Firm Location: Ciudad de México, MX

Completion year: 2014

Gross Built up Area: 143, 000 sf

Project Location: Piscataway, NJ, USA

Lead Architects: Enrique Norten

Design Team: Enrique Norten, Barbara Wilks, FAIA, FASLA; Andrea Steele, AIA; Erik Martinez, AIA; Joe Murray; Shary Tawil; Wook Kang; Vahid Musah; Erik Lang, AIA; Melany Wimpee; Julian Palacio; Jae Hun Hor; Christian Ayala; Ricardo Umansky; David Maestres

Clients: Rutgers University

Structural Consultants: WSP Cantor Seinuk

Landscape Consultants: W Architecture and Landscape Architecture

MEP Consultants: WSP Flack+Kurtz

Contractors: Century 21 Construction

Others: Associate Architect: Richard Bienenfeld Architect, PC Exterior Wall: Front Inc. Roofing: Wiss Janney Elstner Associates Vertical Transportation: VDA Acoustics: Lally Acoustical Consulting Geothermal: Concord Engineering Cost Estimator: Davis Langdon

Photo Credits: Peter Aaron

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Having won in 2007 the competition to develop a new master plan for the College Avenue Campus of Rutger University. In 2009 and as part of the first phase of the project, the construction of a new graduate and professional development campus in Livingston began, for which the approximately 14 thousand square meter Rutgers Business School was designed and built, launched in 2014.

With an architectural program outlined between the rapidly growing university and the adjacent ecological reserve, the L-shaped building acts as an entrance to the campus, while its interiors connect vertically through a large atrium and horizontally. through various common areas, promoting social interaction informally and spontaneously on their tours.

Due to its operational and energy efficiency, the building has a LEED Silver certificate that complements the project’s approach, based on openness, connectivity, sustainability and the development of new forms of learning and work.

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