Indiana University, School of Informatics & Computer Science
Ross & Baruzzini provided mechanical and fire protection design services for the new 110,000gsf School of Informatics and Computer Science building. The facility features large expanses of glass and a multi-story lobby. Air distribution was split into multiple systems to accommodate the geometry of the building. Ductwork and other components were coordinated carefully to maintain the desired aesthetic, which includes exposed structure, but no exposed systems. Campus chilled water and steam were extended to the building to provide cooling and heating. Multiple VAV air handling systems distribute air throughout the building. A wet sprinkler system was designed for the building, including a fire pump.
Photo credits: Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects
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