Fulton Schools Residential Community

Fulton Schools Residential Community

Project Description

Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering students have the opportunity to enrich their academic experience outside of the classroom by living and learning the new Engineering Residential Community, Tooker House.

A “dorm built for engineers”, the new 1,594-bed residence hall features student-centric amenities such a state-of-the-art makerspaces complete with 3D printers, laser cutters and soldering tools, and a computer lab; social and recreation lounges; an Academic Success Center; several academic study spaces; a 14,000 square-foot dining facility that will seat 500 students and a cardio fitness room.

Two students interacting inside the 3,500-square-foot makerspace lab

3,500-square-foot makerspace lab

Fully furnished quad-apartments with microwave and mini-refrigerators, and access to full-service community kitchens

Fully furnished quad-apartments with microwave and mini-refrigerators in each suite and access to full-service community kitchens.

Exterior of Tooker House

Targeting LEED Gold certification.

Project Details

LocationTempe
Gross Square Footage450,000
Total Project Cost$120,000,000
ArchitectSolomon Cordwell Buenz
Construction TeamOkland Construction
Project Start DateOctober 2015
Project End DateJuly 2017
Funding SourceThird Party Partnership with American Campus Communities