Two Higher-Ed Projects Leveraging Progressive-Design Build

By: Lewis Team
A rendering of WSU's Schweitzer Engineering Hall project.

The Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce recently featured a pair of Lewis projects in the publication’s annual Higher Education special section.

Opening this winter quarter, Innovation Hall is set to be the first academic building in the nation shared by a university (University of Washington-Bothell) and a college (Cascadia College). Writing in the DJC, Lewis’ Brian Aske and Mithun partners Walter Schact and Lana Lisitsa outline how a progressive design-build approach maximized space for instruction and research while reflecting a commitment to sustainability and community-building.

In another article, Lewis’ Joshua Thomson and ZGF Architects principal Sara Howell highlight Washington State University’s Schweitzer Engineering Hall, the catalyst project for a future engineering and design district in Pullman.

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