Weber State University Opens Renovated Social & Behavioral Sciences Facility

Published 12-27-2018
  • Weber State University - Lindquist Hall
  • Weber State University - Lindquist Hall
  • Weber State University - Lindquist Hall
  • Weber State University - Lindquist Hall
  • Weber State University - Lindquist Hall
  • Weber State University - Lindquist Hall

    Courtesy of Benjamin Zack & Weber State University.

  • Weber State University - Lindquist Hall

    Courtesy of Benjamin Zack & Weber State University.

  • Weber State University - Lindquist Hall

    Courtesy of Benjamin Zack & Weber State University.

  • Weber State University - Lindquist Hall

    Courtesy of Benjamin Zack & Weber State University.

  • Weber State University - Lindquist Hall

    Courtesy of Benjamin Zack & Weber State University.

Weber State University opened the renovated Lindquist Hall in December of 2018 in Ogden, Utah. Designed by GSBS Architects, the four-story, 119,322-sf facility provides five labs, 34 classrooms, a 150-seat lecture hall, a computer lab, a testing center, study spaces, and 72 offices for the College of Social & Behavioral Sciences. Lindquist Hall also houses the Olene S. Walker Institute of Politics & Public Service and the Richard Richards Institute for Ethics. The $35 million project included stripping the building to its reinforced concrete frame and foundation, creating a cost savings of approximately $55 per square foot through the reuse of the structure and associated building materials. Big-D Construction began work on the facility in April of 2017.