Renderings courtesy of Bohlin Cywinski Jackson.

Carnegie Mellon University
Tata Consultancy Services and MechE Building

The Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) building is the first phase of a 385,000-gross-square-foot development on Carnegie Mellon University’s campus. The building is 40,000 gross square feet and will include space for both TCS and the university’s MechE program, as well as space for 2-3 additional tenants.

With this building, CMU hopes to create an articulated point of arrival for visitors and students at the campus’s western boundary. A stand-alone structure, the building will support cutting-edge education and research by CMU’s faculty and students, house state-of-the-art facilities, and provide collaborative space for the CMU community. It provides areas for TCS staff to interact with CMU faculty, staff, and students, and includes purposeful outdoor and indoor spaces to enhance interaction.

The new building, poised to be a physical manifestation of both TCS and CMU’s commitment to sustainability, will include key programmatic components such as a large public lobby, ground floor university retail space, versatile technology spaces that push the boundaries of design practice, and an intentional and transitional dynamic between Craig Street’s commercial district and campus proper in Pittsburgh’s urban context.

The project achieved LEED Gold certification.

ClientCarnegie Mellon UniversityLocationPittsburgh, PACompletion[in progress]Size40,000 SFMarketHigher EducationServicesAV, IT/Telecomm, Security: Planning & Programming, Systems Design, Construction Documents, Bid and Project Management

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