Completed Projects

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

East End Parking Facility

Part of East End Transformation / Recently Completed Projects

The facility was designed to fully integrate into the east-end experience. With natural light and high ceilings, the garage provides convenient access to the Danforth Campus, especially east end destinations.

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Gary M. Sumers Welcome Center

Part of East End Transformation / Recently Completed Projects

The Sumers Welcome Center receives campus visitors with sweeping views of Brookings Hall and offers a starting point for their campus experience. The center houses Undergraduate Admissions and Student Financial Services.

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Henry A. and Elvira H. Jubel Hall

Part of East End Transformation / Recently Completed Projects

Set to house the School of Engineering & Applied Science’s Department of Mechanical Engineering & Materials Science (MEMS), Jubel Hall will offer the infrastructure and research facilities that are key to fostering the interdisciplinary nature of engineering.

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James M. McKelvey, Sr. Hall

Part of East End Transformation / Recently Completed Projects

James M. McKelvey, Sr. Hall, to be located south of Preston M. Green Hall, will house the Department of Computer Science & Engineering and support Washington University’s data science efforts.

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Landscape & Ann and Andrew Tisch Park

Part of East End Transformation / Recently Completed Projects

Ann and Andrew Tisch Park is the heart of the new east end and will provide a special gathering place on campus. This expanded green space will increase the number of trees and enhance the pedestrian experience by eliminating most vehicular traffic.

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Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum Expansion

Part of East End Transformation / Recently Completed Projects

The Kemper Art Museum expansion includes the James M. Kemper Gallery and connects the Florence Steinberg Weil Sculpture Garden to the new Tisch Park. A reoriented, ground-level entrance means easier access by both the University community and the public.

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