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Skirkanich Hall

210 S. 33rd Street

Phase: Completed

Planning Strategy:
Skirkanich Hall promotes enhanced connection between the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) and the rest of the Penn campus. This new facility provides an opportunity to unite formerly disparate spaces and give the SEAS a dramatic and welcoming the front door. Equally important to embracing the campus is embracing the intimacy of the Quain courtyard between the four buildings of this college, Levine, Towne, Skirkanich, and Moore.

Program:
The new building houses research and teaching laboratories, an auditorium, classrooms, offices, and associated support spaces.

Total Project Cost:
$43,300,000

Area:
55,000 GSF

Completion:
Completed June 2006

Architect(s):
Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects

Contractor:
Skanska USA

Project Manager:
Kim Dengler/Chris Kern

Related Links:
School of Engineering and Applied Sciences