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University of Cincinnati completes construction of $93 million classroom building

May 24, 2023
The 185,000-square-foot Clifton Court Hall will provide more than 1,000 classroom seats for the Cincinnati campus.

The University of Cincinnati has completed construction of a $93 million classroom building that will soon welcome students and faculty from the College of Arts & Sciences.

The Cincinnati Business Courier reports that the 185,000-square-foot Clifton Court Hall blends modern design and modern learning technology, with an emphasis on openness, natural lighting and state-of-the art spaces for students and faculty to learn.

The university says the building design emphasizes functional flexibility in response to the multiplicity of program needs and continually evolving pedagogies. The facility's more than 1,000 classroom seats augment the campus-wide classroom stock, including a mix of flexible flat-floor, lecture, and auditoria spaces.

A large community atrium anchors a series of collaboration spaces and team rooms, interconnected by open internal circulation. 

Clifton Court Hall will provide a permanent home for:

  • Department of Asian, Eastern European and German Studies
  • School of Communication, Film, and Media Studies
  • Journalism Department 
  • Philosophy Department
  • Psychology Department
  • School of Public and International Affairs
  • Department of Romance and Arabic Languages & Literatures

The architects are LMN Architects and KZF Design, and the builder is Messer Construction.

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