Thursday / July 25, 2019 / 5:15 PM - 7:00 PM

Public-Private Partnerships at Work: New ARC at UIC - TOUR IS FULL!

UIC Academic and Residential Complex, 507 South Morgan Street, Chicago

This tour is full, and a waiting list has been started.

The Education KC continues to examine the latest trends in campus planning, capital project funding, and creation of novel learning environment typologies. Join us for a building tour and a review of the emerging trend toward “live-learn” educational eco-systems, and the opportunities and challenges of funding and designing academic campus projects using public/private partnership model. The Academic and Residential Complex (ARC) is a new mixed-use building designed by SCB that is composed of a two-story academic classroom building and a ten-story, 550-bed, undergraduate residence hall. The design aims to extend the learning environment into the living environment; create active learning environments of various scales; make learning spaces and amenities highly visible at the ground floor; expand programming opportunities to include outdoor spaces; reinforce connections along primary campus paths; and encourage faculty-student interactions.

Schedule:

  • Networking        5:15 PM
  • Presentation      5:30 
  • Q/A                    6:00 
  • Building tour      6:15 
  • Event ends        7:00  

Presenters:

  • Rex Tolliver, Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs, University of Illinois at Chicago
  • David Taeyaerts, AIA, PE, Associate Vice Chancellor, Learning Environments and Campus Architect, UIC
  • Jim Curtin, AIA, Principal, Solomon Cordwell Buenz
  • Monica Willemsen, AIA, Associate, Solomon Cordwell Buenz

This event is limited to 48 participant​s.

Sponsored By

Education KC

Learning Units

1.5 LU/HSW

Member Price

Free

Non Member Price

Free