UCF selects development team for $60M campus

WCN Editorial Team 4 Jul 2016 NORTH AMERICA BUILDINGS

The University of Central Florida (UCF) has selected a team to design and construct its new $60M campus in downtown Orlando, Florida.


The team — composed by SchenkelShultz Architecture, Robert A.M. Stern Architects and Skanska USA Building — will be responsible for the 15,000sq m academic building, which will be the centrepiece of the new campus.

The partnership will also support the renovation of UCF’s existing Center for Emerging Media, which is home to several academic programs.

SchenkelShultz Architecture’s president and chief operating officer J. Thomas Chandler said: “Our team is excited to create an innovative campus in downtown Orlando that transforms the urban city center and embraces the neighboring Parramore community.

“We are ready to work as a partner to UCF and the academic and business leaders of our community to create a timeless, 21st-century academic environment.”

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