Moore Building

Penn State University

Moore Building

Penn State University

Institution Type:

Higher Education

Project Class:

Classroom, Laboratories

Project Delivery System:

CM-Agency

Construction Type:

New Construction

The addition to Penn State University’s Moore Building will consolidate the College of Health and Human Development’s psychology programs into one facility. Construction of the six-story structure included demolition of the building’s north wing. The project was constructed to LEED Silver standards using local, recycled, and renewable materials. The signature feature of the building’s east and west entrances is a two-story artistic wood wall. Leonard S. Fiore, Inc.’s carpenters and local fabricator worked closely with the designers to make this creative concept a reality.

Details and Awards

Total Square Feet

57,000

Start Date

06/08/2010

Substantial Completion

11/25/2011

LEED Rating

Silver

LEED Cert Date

Approved

Address

Penn State University
University Park, PA 16802

Owner

The Pennsylvania State University
State College, PA 16804

Construction Manager

P.J. Dick, Inc.
Pittsburgh, PA 15212

Architect

Kling Stubbins
Philadelphia, PA 19103

Civil Engineer

Sweetland Engineering & Associates, Inc.
State College, PA 16803

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