|Mihaylo Hall and Fullerton
Arboretum Visitor Center recognized as "Outstanding Designs
for Work in Progress."
Feb. 8, 2006 :: No. 127
Two architectural designs taking shape at Cal State Fullerton
have been recognized by American School & University
G. Mihaylo Hall — the future home of the
of Business and Economics — and the Fullerton
Arboretum Visitor Center were recognized as “Outstanding
Designs for Work in Progress” in
the publication’s Architectural Portfolio for 2005.
The planned five-story, 195,000-square-foot Mihaylo Hall
will be located on the southeast side of campus just west
of the Fullerton Marriott. Site preparation is under way
with construction scheduled later in the spring. Architect
for the project is Hellmuth, Obata + Kassabaum Inc.; contractor
is Turner Construction Co. In conjunction with the project,
a new Nutwood Avenue entrance to campus will be fashioned
adjacent to the Fullerton Marriott.
Fullerton Arboretum Visitor Center, designed by Dougherty
+ Dougherty Architects, features three buildings surrounding
a large courtyard. Included in the facility are a museum,
conference center and classrooms. Contractor is Construct
One. The center is scheduled to open March 21.
Jay Bond, associate vice president for facilities
management, at 657-278-2122 or
McLaren of Public Affairs at 657-278-4852 or email@example.com
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