Washington University in St. Louis - East End Transformation

Location
St. Louis, MO
Owner

Washington University

Architect

KieranTimberlake (buildings)
BNIM (garage)

Contractor

McCarthy

Services/Project Type
Structural Engineering
Buildings
New Construction

KPFF is providing structural engineering for the transformation of Washington University’s East Campus. This expansive project includes: 

Weil Hall—a new $33 million, 65,000sf, four-story academic building.

Kemper Art Museum addition—a $7 million, one-story, 5,000sf addition to serve as a new entry and gallery space.

Welcome Center—a three-story, $18 million, 25,000sf building for University admissions, that is partially supported by an underground garage.

Hub—a $13 million, three-story, 14,000sf building with food service and meeting facilities, and a transportation hub, that is also partially supported by the underground parking structure.

Underground Parking Garage—a $56 million, two-level, 800-car subterranean parking structure to provide parking for the new buildings on the East Campus.

Images Courtesy of KieranTimberlake and Studio AMD
Images Courtesy of KieranTimberlake and Studio AMD
Images Courtesy of KieranTimberlake and Studio AMD
Images Courtesy of KieranTimberlake and Studio AMD
Images Courtesy of KieranTimberlake and Studio AMD
Images Courtesy of KieranTimberlake and Studio AMD
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