UC Davis Walker Hall

The Walker Hall project is a renovation and adaptive reuse of an existing building on the UC Davis campus; the new building will provide multiple general assignment classrooms and a graduate center, and has an aggressive sustainability agenda, targeting LEED Gold certification.

This project is a renovation / adaptive reuse of Walker Hall, an historic agricultural engineering building built in 1927 at the center of the UC Davis campus. It converts the existing structure into a 34,000 square foot Graduate Student Center and General Assignment Classroom facility.

Owner

University of California, Davis

Location

Davis, CA

Size

34,000 sq. ft.

Stats

Targeting LEED Gold Certification

Image Credit

LMSA for renderings

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The Walker Hall project is a renovation and adaptive reuse of an existing building on the UC Davis campus; the new building will provide multiple general assignment classrooms and a graduate center, and has an aggressive sustainability agenda, targeting LEED Gold certification.

Three General Assignment Classrooms are designed to accommodate a variety of collaborative teaching and learning styles. The Graduate Student Center provides new spaces for graduate student services, administration and a Graduate Commons at the campus core. The building is targeting LEED Gold certification and is expected to be completed in 2018.

The Walker Hall project is a renovation and adaptive reuse of an existing building on the UC Davis campus; the new building will provide multiple general assignment classrooms and a graduate center, and has an aggressive sustainability agenda, targeting LEED Gold certification.
The Walker Hall project is a renovation and adaptive reuse of an existing building on the UC Davis campus; the new building will provide multiple general assignment classrooms and a graduate center, and has an aggressive sustainability agenda, targeting LEED Gold certification.
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Jake Aftreth, Andrew Appleton, Elisha Cohen, Adam Franch, Kate Lafsky, Yooju No, Charlie Stott