[Source: Phoenix Business Journal] – Orcutt/Winslow Partnership of Phoenix has landed the contract to design the $6.5 million expansion of the student health clinic on Arizona State University’s Tempe campus.
The project was coveted by a number of local architecture firms because of its sustainability criteria and its premier location on campus, where the pedestrian bridge crosses University Drive. It’s also one of the few significant public design contracts to be awarded in the Valley since the beginning of the year.
Although the scope of the project is small compared with many of the large structures that have been built for ASU in recent years, such as the Biodesign Institute buildings and the Polytechnic Academic Complex in Mesa, the public project is one of a handful of premier design assignments during the recession.
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