ANSYS HALL

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.

ARCHITECT
Bohlin Cywinski Jackson
OWNER
Carnegie Mellon University
SIZE
36,000 SF

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