Student Pavilion

Student Pavilion

Project Description

Designed as a net zero energy building, the goal is to produce as much as energy as it uses on an annual basis to complement the larger university goal of climate net neutrality and sustainable building systems. The Student Pavilion serves as a hub of student activity with student-led events, like guest lectures, concerts, comedic performances and student productions come to life. The focal point of the pavilion is a multi-use event space with seating for up to 1,200. The event space can also be transformed into three smaller event or meeting rooms to accommodate the needs of the 1,000 plus clubs and organizations at ASU.

Offices for Undergraduate Student Government, cultural coalitions, and the Programs and Activities Board are located on the second floor with interactive academic classrooms and University Academic Success Programs located on the third floor.

Interior of Student Pavilion

75,000 square-foot facility

Exterior of Student Pavilion

Net-zero energy efficient building

Student Pavilion meeting space

1,200 seat auditorium

Project Details

LocationTempe
Gross Square Footage75,000
Total Project Cost$39,900,000
ArchitectWeddle Gilmore Black Rock Studio/ HGA Architects & Engineers
Construction TeamJE Dunn Construction
Project Start DateMarch 2016
Project End DateAugust 2017
Funding SourceStudent Facilities Fee