Completed Projects

Learn more about a few of the university’s recently completed projects.

Bauer Hall and Knight Hall

Recently Completed Projects

The buildings, adjacent to the Charles F. Knight Executive Education Center, include seven classrooms, an auditorium, 75 faculty offices, a glass atrium and numerous forums, lounges, offices and other spaces for interaction and collaboration.

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Gary M. Sumers Recreation Center

Recently Completed Projects

The center will add more than 60,000 square feet to the Washington University Athletics Complex, including the Gary M. Sumers Fitness Center.

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Stephen F. & Camilla T. Brauer Hall

Recently Completed Projects

​​Brauer Hall is home to the Department of Energy, Environmental & Chemical Engineering, with space for the Department of Biomedical Engineering.

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Green Hall

Recently Completed Projects

Located at the northeast perimeter of the Danforth Campus, Green Hall brings together numerous researchers, educators, and students - all focused on creating revolutionary new knowledge and preparing leaders for a global, technology-driven world.​​

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Hillman Hall

Recently Completed Projects

The Thomas and Jennifer Hillman Hall nearly doubles the Brown School’s footprint, bringing together faculty, staff and research centers — as well as the university’s Institute for Public Health — that were once spread across four locations to the Danforth Campus.

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The Lofts

Recently Completed Projects

The Lofts of Washington University is a mixed-use development comprised of three residential apartment buildings on Enright Avenue and two mixed-use buildings featuring ground-floor retail with residential apartments on the upper floor, fronting on Delmar Boulevard.

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Medical Campus

Current Projects / Recently Completed Projects

The 10-year Campus Renewal Project at Washington University Medical Center will transform the campus experience, with improvements ranging from the consolidation and expansion of clinical care services to more parking and better traffic flow.

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