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Vanderbilt University School of Engineering (Featheringill Hall)

Hardaway Construction - Vanderbilt University School of Engineering (Featheringill Hall)
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Location: Nashville, TN
Owner: Vanderbilt University
Architect: William Wilson Associates Architects
Delivering Vanderbilt University’s new school of engineering facilities involved the demolition and replacement of one of three existing buildings, and extensive renovation of the other two, all while the facility remained occupied. The result is a three story complex spanning 150,000 SF uniting four engineering departments and giving the school new prominence and identity. 

The new building, Featheringill Hall, contains 60,000 SF of classrooms, lecture halls, research labs, shops, computer rooms, gathering spaces, and a 120 seat lecture / multimedia area. The complex features a large three story atrium which unites the separate engineering buildings and provides a focal point for social, organizational, and academic activities. 

The building’s exterior features brick, stone, and detailing chosen to blend into existing campus structures. There are two new courtyards with one featuring a patio and a brick seating wall to encourage interaction among students. A tower on Featheringill Hall serves as a new campus landmark. After completion, the student body voted these facilities the best on campus.

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