Monday, March 7, 2016
Design Underway For Anderson's McKinnon Center of Management
The local firm of FBT Architects teamed with Boora Architects out of Portland, Oregon has been selected to design UNM’s McKinnon Center for Management at the Anderson School. The new 65,000 square foot building will be the new home of the business school and house state-of–the-art educational spaces and facilities to support collaboration and connections with the business world and disciplines across campus.
After a competitive process attracting architectural teams from across the country, UNM selected the FBT/Boora team to design the signature building for the McKinnon Center at Anderson School. This new building, to be executed as LEED Silver is phase one in a two-phase project to replace the current aging 1960 era building. When all phases are completed, UNM Anderson will have flexible facilities designed to meet the School's projected instructional office space and enrollment needs for decades to come. The FBT/Boora team has begun design for the new facility and is working closely with Anderson School and university personnel throughout the process. Construction is scheduled to begin in early 2017 with a target date for completion of Fall 2018/Spring 2019.
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