Building for the Next Generation

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Augsburg University, Hagfors Center for Science, Religion and Business

Educational

Project Description

Four-story, 136,000 SF academic building with classrooms, lab spaces and offices for teaching, studying and researching science, business and religion. The building provides a home for eight academic departments – biology, business, chemistry, computer science, math, physics, psychology and religion studies. The design is based on a chevron plan that emphasizes the intersection between the science, business and religion disciplines housed in the building. At the center of the intersection is a glass walled three-story commons, which serves as the social and academic heart of the building. A suspended chapel on the third floor completes the top of this space. Three full stories (one partial fourth story) of classrooms, offices and labs are efficiently organized to take advantage of natural light, respond to flexible lab planning needs and offer flexibility for active learning classrooms.

PROJECT SIZE

136,000 SF

Architect

HGA - Minneapolis

Location

Minneapolis, MN

Education

McGough has been building, renovating, remodeling and expanding educational facilities for more than 60 years. We feel honored to have had the opportunity to construct many of the places – classrooms, science laboratories, libraries, student housing, and recreational and performing arts facilities – where students’ lives have been, and continue to be, shaped for generations to come.

Contact Dan Malecha or Dan McKay to learn more.

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Dan McKay

Vice President, Higher Education

Dan Malecha

Regional Vice President, Minnesota