University of Denver – Ritchie Engineering And Computer Science Building

University of Denver – Ritchie Engineering And Computer Science Building

  • 5-story building houses the Daniel Felix Ritchie School of Engineering and Computer Science and the Knoebel Institute for Healthy Aging
  • Building is part of DU’s Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) initiative
  • Named after father of DU chancellor emeritus and philanthropist Daniel Ritchie
  • High Efficiency Heat Recovery system is 95% efficient
  • Common spaces, break-out areas, laboratories and classrooms integrate science, engineering, robotics and social sciences
  • Project includes a STEM Green and pathways that form connections to rest of campus
  • Dome is covered by zinc-coated copper
  • WOW café is located on first floor (lower level), along with Innovation Lab and Maker Space
LOCATION

Denver, CO

CLIENT

University of Denver

SIZE

130,030 SF

PRICE

$58.9 million

ARCHITECT

University of Denver Office of the University Architect
In conjunction with Anderson Mason Dale Architects