ANSYS Hall of Bohlin Cywinski Jackson

ANSYS Hall is to be a 36,K SqFt, 4-storey facility designed by our friends at Bohlin Cywinski Jackson for use by the College of Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU). Named for the software company funding the development, the Hall will most notably feature an indoor/outdoor “maker-court”: a space in which students can develop, and create and implement prototypes. It will also house a simulation lab and research space, serving as both a resource for scholarship as well as creativity. Scheduled for completion in the summer of 2020, ANSYS Hall’s design was led by CMU alumni: Design Principal Gregory Mottola, FAIA, and Principal in Charge Kent Suhrbier, AIA.