Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal — November 9 - 22, 2012 — 1B


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Carlos Jimenez Studio serves as Design Architect H2L2 Architects completes Fine Arts Quad for Temple U.

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Exeter, PA


HILADELPHIA, PA — Temple University’s plan to reshape the

main Philadelphia campus over the next decade took a big step forward this spring with the opening of a $10 million building for the Architecture School. Designed by H2L2 Ar- chitects/Planners LLC, the four-story, 51,000 gsf building, is a part of the Tyler School of Art College and a gateway to Temple’s arts quad that already includes structures devoted to the visual and performing arts. H2L2 served as Architect of Record for the recently-com- pleted Tyler School of Art fine arts facility, with the Carlos Jimenez Studio as Design Architect. Expected to earn LEED Sil- ver, theArchitecture School has the first green roof on the main campus. Elegant and translu- cent, the building is supported by tubular load-bearing steel studs and clad in glass curtain wall. MERCER COUNTY, PA — Ar- cher &BuchananArchitecture, Ltd., announces the completion of a Christian Activities Building at Grove City College in Mercer County. Rathburn Hall will pro- vide space for campus ministry groups to receive leadership train- ing, resource support and serve as a centralized campus location for meetings, events, conferences and retreats. Grove City College is a 150-acre campus originally planned in 1876 on a classic college quad and green model. As the College grew in the early 20th century, that original model guided the Olmstead Broth- ers as they expanded the campus around new academic quadrangles and lawns. This classic master plan continues to guide campus

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This is the first building to be constructed as part of Temple 20/20, the University’s vision of the campus as a series of green open spaces formed by buildings that are connected by an engaging pedestrian circulation system. An expan- sion of the Pearson-McGonigle

athletic facilities; an addition to the Boyer College of Music and Dance’s music building, Presser Hall; and an addition to the Student Center are other recent Temple projects on which H2L2 provided design services in a long-standing relationship with the University. ■

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Archer & Buchanan’s 16,500 s/f Student Activities Ctr. opens

Christian Activities Building, Grove City College

growth today. The 16,500 s/f Tu- dor-style Rathburn Hall, dedicated on September 14th is designed to be an ensemble structure with historic Harbison Chapel, with which it shares a new lawn. To save time, monitor costs and integrate design and construc- tion, Archer & Buchanan joined forces with Wallace Builders

of Pulaski, PA to form a design- build team. Other design team members include The Kachele Group - structural engineers; Al- len & Shariff - MEP engineers; and Gannet Fleming - civil engineers. Archer & Buchanan, with Marjorie Stein Interiors of Pittsburgh, provided interior design services. ■

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