Facilities Planning/Capital Projects
Holloway Hall

Perdue School of Business Building


LEED Gold Certified

Overview | Site Plan | Floor Layouts | Sustainability Notes | Construction Photos | Aerial Photos | Construction Time Lapse Video

Overview

  • The Perdue School of Business will be constructed for two major entrances:
    • One towards the students (Henson Science Hall side)
    • One towards the visiting business community (TETC side)
  • 112,800 GSF (64,800 NASF)
     
  • Will be the 6th largest building on campus
     
  • 63 faculty offices
     
  • 4 Business Labs:
    • Financial Research Center
    • Advanced Information Technology
    • Market Research/Strategy
    • Enterprise System
  • 23 classrooms, including:
    • 1 “Virtual Learning Center”
    • 4 “executive” level geared to graduate students and community involvement
    • 3 “collaborative rooms”
    • 1 general computer lab
  • Business Student Service Center
     
  • 200 seat auditorium
    • With front 90 seats creating a large classroom environment
  • Break-out rooms
     
  • Open lounges
     
  • Café
     
  • Perdue Museum
     
  • LEED Gold Certified including:
    • Electric car powering stations
    • 30% water use reduction
    • 24% energy reduction
    • Daylight harvest & lighting control
    • Daylight views for 90% of occupied areas
    • 75% of all construction waste will be recycled
    • Partial geothermal HVAC system
  • BOS - Business Outreach Services including:
    • BEACON
    • 2 incubator offices (one student, possibly Bernstein award recipient).
    • SBDC touchdown office
    • 25 seat Training Room
    • Conference, Seminar and Consulting Rooms
    • Located near eatery & Perdue Museum
    • Outreach Project Study Rooms
    • Open office areas