New classroom building coming to Washington State University Vancouver

Jan. 20, 2008
Project aims to be campus's first green facility

Washington State University Vancouver is building a $28 million undegraduate classroom facility. The building will have 55,500 gross square feet of space--13 general classrooms of various sizes, two computer labs, and faculty office and administrative support space for the College of Education. The project has been designed to earn a silver LEED rating from the U.S. Green Building Council. The architect is Thomas Hacker Architects.

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