Construction Watch: Harvard project enhances community spaces

By: | May 17, 2019
Harvard’s new 96,242-square-foot campus center is part of an initiative to ensure that the university’s physical spaces support both the campus and local communities.Harvard’s new 96,242-square-foot campus center is part of an initiative to ensure that the university’s physical spaces support both the campus and local communities.
A student uses a touch screen in the campus center’s Moise Y. Safra Welcome Pavilion to look up past Harvard Gazette articles.

A student uses a touch screen in the campus center’s Moise Y. Safra Welcome Pavilion to look up past Harvard Gazette articles.

The Richard A. and Susan F. Smith Campus Center, a radical reappraisal of the 10-story, 1966 Holyoke Center by Josep Lluis Sert, has opened at Harvard University. It is part of a Common Spaces initiative to ensure that the university’s physical spaces support both the campus and local communities. Read more.


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In other construction news:

A new economic impact analysis shows that The Ohio State University generates $15.2 billion annually in economic impact for the state of Ohio—equating to some $1.74 million in economic impact every hour. Read more.


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