Luddy Hall (Informatics and Computing Building)

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Informatics and Computing Building

Luddy Hall (Informatics and Computing Building)
  • Luddy Hall (Informatics and Computing Building)

Campus:
IU Bloomington

Completion Date
November 30, 2017

Project Type:
Major New Building/Expansion

Primary Use:
Academic

Architect:
Ratio with Pelli Clarke Pelli

Team Leader:
Bob Richardson, AIA, NCARB, MBA

Project Budget

  • Internal funding: $30800000
  • External funding: $9000000
  • Total budget: $39800000

Project Description

This project will construct a new 125,000-square foot facility for the School of Informatics and Computing on the IU Bloomington campus. This facility will expand the School’s capacity for teaching and research as its programs continue to be among the fastest-growing at Indiana University. The project will bring together many facets of the School - including programs in Computer Science, Informatics, and Library Sciences - in a collaborative environment. Spaces will include an innovation center, a series of team work rooms, meeting spaces, classrooms, faculty offices, and a large lecture hall.