ANSYS Hall’s simulation building and undergraduate maker center will provide access to a high bay maker space and courtyard, all of which support large-scale engineering projects that require garage-sized work bays, state-of-the-art meeting and collaborative spaces for both ANSYS personnel and CMU faculty, students and staff, and physics-based simulation facilities integrated with design collaboration facilities, among various other classrooms, collaboration spaces, simulation and training areas, conferencing space, and office space for the partnership program.

The 36,000-gross-square-foot structure will afford a 5,000-gross-square-foot maker courtyard, as well as ground-floor maker space, flexible collaboration space, and interactive open spaces to connect the site with the mall, adjacent buildings, and Frew Street.

Bohlin Cywinski Jackson
Carnegie Mellon University
36,000 SF