Washington State University Digital Classroom Building

Pullman, Washington
Washington State University
ZGF Architects
Contract Value: 
83,000 Square Feet
Year Completed: 
LEED Silver
The project team designed and constructed the 83,000 square-foot, high-performance academic facility on Washington State University’s Pullman Campus. The four-story structure provides robust systems and flexible infrastructure to accommodate rapidly evolving technology. The Digital Classroom Building’s façade is comprised of brick, masonry, and curtain wall. The facility features a 250-seat learning hall with curved LED televisions surrounding the space. 
The project scope also included energy, operations, and maintenance performance guarantees. The team is bound by a three-year performance guarantee that takes place from August 2017 through August 2020.
The new Digital Classroom Building positions Washington State University to accommodate student population growth and address the tremendous advances made in understanding the way students learn. 
The Washington State University Digital Classroom Building is designed to achieve LEED® Silver certification.