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New Orleans, LA

About this Project

Design Team:

Payette Architects

Completion Date:

Under Construction

Project Size:

76,000 Square Feet

Flexible labs, cutting-edge classrooms, and common areas for improved student and faculty interaction are all featured in the state-of-the-art five-story, 76,000-square-foot structure. Housing the Tulane Brain Institute, it is an interdisciplinary research building that also accommodates researchers from other departments within the Tulane School of Science and Engineering, including computer science, engineering physics, psychology, cell and molecular biology, and biomedical engineering.

Paul Hall's program space consists of three floors of multidisciplinary research labs for principal investigators, core facilities with cutting-edge equipment and services that researchers can share, an animal research facility, an auditorium with more than 200 seats, and ground floor areas for student study and gathering. The essential mechanical and electrical equipment required to run the building is housed on an enclosed penthouse. In addition, Paul Hall will have a brand-new, cutting-edge cleanroom for nanofabrication, which will allow academics, industry partners, and students from all around the area to carry out cutting-edge research and development in semiconductor and materials science.

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