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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The Schnuck Pavilion brings together a range of dining options, academic programs (including Environmental Studies), the Office of Sustainability, and resources for pedestrian and bicycle commuters.
Weil Hall will be the new front door to the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts. An interdisciplinary hub, Weil Hall will support the school's growing graduate programs and house advanced digital fabrication and technology spaces.
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.