CSU Northridge’s Extended University Commons Project Wins Best Practice Award for Architecture and Engineering

The California State University Northridge (CSUN) and Hathaway Dinwiddie teams took the stage at the Facilities Management Conference in Monterey this week to accept the “Best Practice Award for Architecture and Engineering” for the campus’ Extended University Commons Project.

 

 

 

The Extended University Commons building provides CSUN students with advanced technology and connects them to Technology-Enhanced, Active-Learning (TEAL) experiences. It takes advantage of the local climate with a variety of indoor and outdoor spaces formed by the building’s courtyard design. The innovative TEAL classroom features the latest technology, such as the new “we-inspire system” which allows students and other users to collaborate and show their work on the room’s whiteboard from their own workstations.

 

 

 

We are proud of our Hathaway Dinwiddie project team and grateful for our successful partnership with CSUN.

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