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Conway School of Nursing

The Catholic University of America
A new nursing school reflects a university’s values while providing student support.
Building exterior and courtyard at the Conway School of Nursing
Washington, DC
102,500 GSF
LEED Gold (targeting); WELL Building

The Catholic University of America’s new School of Nursing supports planned growth, instructional and technology needs, and student space requirements. The program reflects the core values and ethos of the growing school, while honoring the students’ unique connections and relationships to the communities they serve. The building includes learning spaces, simulation labs, science labs, student space, public and office spaces. The project includes a new campus gateway, a landscaped courtyard, and an entrance sequence aligned with the existing campus. The lower level provides below-grade parking to replace the existing surface lot parking. Sustainability goals are set high, targeting LEED Gold and seeking a WELL Building Standard Certification. The project is being completed in association with Robert A.M. Stern Architects and Michael Vergason Landscape Architects.

Robert A.M Stern Architects - Design Architect
Michael Vergason Landscape Architects - Landscape Architects
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