Penn State University - College of Health and Human Development (Phase I) - Biobehavioral Health Building

University Park, PA – The Biobehavioral Health Building is the first phase of a two phase project for the College of Health and Human Development. The Biobehavioral Health Building replaced the Henderson Bridge that connected Henderson North with Henderson South. This new 94,000 square foot academic building provides offices for the HHD administration as well as staff and graduate students. The building also provides academic spaces including a large 200-seat auditorium.

This project incorporated many green features including a green roof and a water collection cistern. It is anticipated that this project will achieve LEED Silver accreditation.

Located between Old Main Lawn and the HUB Lawn this project impacted every conceivable university utility. This project included extensive work to the existing site storm water system.

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