McNeil Hall Colorado School of Mines

OZ envisioned McNeil Hall as lively hub for activity and learning, where students can meet for classes, collaboration, and discover new creative pursuits. This project also includes the School of Mines’ first campus parking structure, adding 750 spaces to allow more flexible parking options for students and staff.

Located in the western region of campus, the building is designed to reflect the campus architecture in a unified composition that integrates the structure of the building. Classrooms are designed for collaboration, with multiple display screens, walls you can write on, and a modern aesthetic, flexible in both furniture height and location. OZ worked closely with the School of Mines to finalize the site selection for the new parking structure, involving the neighboring community to build consensus around the project. McNeil Hall houses the Engineering, Design & Society Department and is the new home of Cornerstone and Capstone design.

Location

Golden, Colorado

Year

2021

Scale

23,800 sf

Practice Areas

Education

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Contact

hello@ozarch.com
303-861-5704

Location

3003 Larimer Street
Denver, CO 80205

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