Dimeo Construction Company recently completed the UMASS-Isenberg School of Management Business Hub. The project added 70,000 gross square feet of classrooms and student-facing spaces including an expanded career center, advising spaces and learning commons, as well as faculty offices to the school’s existing facilities. The new facility is our third project on the UMASS campus. The team and students celebrated the first day of classes on January 22nd and a formal ribbon cutting ceremony was held on April 12th.
The new addition accompanies additional renovation of select spaces in the original 1964 building and the 2002 addition named for Harold Alfond. The new and renovated facilities combine to create a single unified campus for the Isenberg School of Management.
The project paired Boston architecture firm Goody Clancy and Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) of New York and Denmark to complete the renovation and addition and is designed to achieve LEED Silver certification.
The UMASS-Isenberg School of Management Business Innovation Hub is designed to achieve LEED Silver certification.