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Designing for Learning A building designed for learning shouldn’t simply house educational programs. It should inspire, facilitate and drive learning by supporting the vision of faculty, the ambitions of students and the discoveries of researchers. With BSA LifeStructures, you get a firm that specializes in developing spaces that enable lifeenhancing instruction and life-changing innovation. As a result, you get facilities that attract and encourage today’s best students, teachers and researchers while anticipating the needs of tomorrow’s academic community. And you get all of this in facilities that merge progressive design with academic tradition to complement and enhance the total campus environment. Since the founding of BSA LifeStructures in 1975, the firm has consistently ranked among the top U.S. firms that specialize in health science and higher education facilities.

Facility Type Expertise

Notable Clients

• Active Learning • Science • Laboratories / Research • Health Education / SIM Centers • Technology Centers • Engineering • Pharmacy • Business / Executive Education • Collaborative Learning Environments • Precinct Planning

• Ball State University • Butler University • Indiana University • IVY Tech Community College • Joliet Junior College • Purdue University • Southern Illinois University School of Medicine

• University of Chicago • University of Illinois • University of Kentucky • University of Missouri • University of Notre Dame • Washington University School of Medicine • West Virginia University


“The building was designed to place our very best researchers in close proximity and highly visible and apparent to our freshmen and other undergraduates utilizing the McCourtney Learning Center. The intention was to instill curiosity about research in our undergraduates and, hopefully, motivate them to pursue their own research projects. This facility does this beautifully.� Peter Kilpatrick, McCloskey Dean of Engineering, University of Notre Dame

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Percent of Annual Project Work in Academic and Research Market

5.0M+

SF of Research AND ACADEMIC Space Designed since 1975

82

Percent of Annual LEARNING AND DISCOVERY Project Work in STEM Disciplines - Science, Technology, Engineering and Math

Stinson-Remick Hall University of Notre Dame


Projects Drug Discovery, Purdue University

The Center for Learning & Innovation, Memorial Medical Center

Key Features

Project Details

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Project Details

• Animal housing, microscopy, tissue culture • Biochemistry and chemistry laboratories • Imaging center (NMR)

West Lafayette, Indiana Size 65,4000 sf (new) Cost $21.0 M Date March 2014

• Surgical skills lab • Simulation Center with model Patient Care Room, OR, ICU, ED and exam room space • 300-seat conference center

Springfield, Illinois Size 66,000 sf (new) Cost Est. $18.5M Date April 2015


Projects Science & Engineering Laboratory Building, Indiana University

The Michael A. Evans Center for Health Sciences, Marian University

Key Features

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Indianapolis, Indiana Size 71,400 sf (new) Cost $26.2 M Date September 2013

• Promotes interdisciplinary learning • Hands-on training in skills labs and simulation rooms • Study & seminar rooms

Indianapolis, Indiana Size 140,000 sf Cost $29.2 M Date July 2013

• Biomedical engineering, forensics instructional labs, psych– biology, chemistry • Vivarium


Projects Health Professions Building, Joliet Junior College

Stinson-Remick Hall, University of Notre Dame

Key Features • Multiple research centers • Energy Center with open research labs, analytical instrumentation and wet labs • Undergraduate commons

Project Details

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Project Details

Notre Dame, Indiana Size 63,000 sf (new) Cost $70 M Date December 2009

• Supports allied health • Nursing, emergency services, radiologic technology, physical therapy, dental hygiene programs

Joliet, Illinois Size 124,000 sf (new) Cost $32.3 M Date October 2013


Design Services

Student to Professional

BSA LifeStructures employs an interdisciplinary approach to design. Decisions are evaluated across multiple disciplines to produce viable solutions that are more easily implemented and supportive of long-term client goals.

Working in conjunction with local healthcare organizations, new facilities enable inter-professional training and maximizes experiential learning. Hospitals provide input on their expectations for new graduates and how to best prepare students for the healthcare environments where they will be working.

BSA LifeStructures provides the following design services: •

Architecture

MEP Engineering

Interior Design

Master Planning

Programming


creating inspired solutions that improve lives

CONTACT AN EXPERT GEOFF LISLE - Indianapolis, IN glisle@bsalifestructures.com / 317.819.2132

BRETT HATCHETT - Indianapolis, IN bhatchett@bsalifestructures.com / 317.819.2240

locations Atlanta

3340 Peachtree Road NE Atlanta, GA 30326 P: 404.814.1001

AUSTIN 1114 Lost Creek Blvd, Suite 260 Austin, TX 78746 P: 512.391.6208

CHICAGO JAMES HILL - Indianapolis, IN jhill@bsalifestructures.com / 317.819.2120

35 East Wacker Drive #800 Chicago, IL 60601 P: 312.324.5600

INDIANAPOLIS ELAINE LOCKWOOD BEAN - Chicago, IL ebean@bsalifestructures.com / 312.324.5624

9365 Counselors Row Indianapolis, IN 46240 P: 317.819.7878

KANSAS CITY DAN CASH - Atlanta, GA dcash@bsalifestructures.com / 404.814.9090

5251 West 116th Place, Suite 200 Leawood, KS 66211 P: 800.565.4855

ST. LOUIS PAULINA BUGYIS - St. Louis, MO pbugyis@bsalifestructures.com / 314.754.8497

www.bsalifestructures.com

120 S Central Ave #1100 St. Louis, MO 63105 P: 314.754.6306


Higher Education - Science & Discovery