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Ames Hall

Washington, DC United States

Quinn Evans Architects

 

Project Description

Ames Hall is the first visible building upon entering the main gates of the Mount Vernon Campus of The George Washington University. Quinn Evans Architects renovated an existing historic building and designed an addition which doubles its size. The solution is artfully composed within the confines of the tight and steeply sloped site, and complements this academic building within the context of the traditional campus while providing much needed additional office/administrative, classrooms, lecture halls, and student auxiliary spaces. The south façade of Ames stands as an inviting entry point into the campus while maintaining its historic position on the Quad to the north.

 

Project Details

Ames Hall
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Project Team:
    Larry Barr, Principal in Charge; Carl Elefante, Lead Designer; Alyson Steele, Project Manager; Kathryn Slattery, Project Architect; Tracy Hucul, Project Architect,
Consultants:
  • Mechanical Engineer: Summer Consultants 
  • Structural Engineer: McMullan Associates 
  • Fire Protection / Life Safety: Protection Engineering Group 
  • Civil Engineer: AMT LLC 
 
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Project Size:
    55,713 sq ft
Construction Cost:
    $15,500,000
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