University of Cincinnati Breaks Ground on College of Law

Published 3-12-2021
  • University of Cincinnati - College of Law
  • University of Cincinnati - College of Law
  • University of Cincinnati - College of Law
  • University of Cincinnati - College of Law
  • University of Cincinnati - College of Law
  • University of Cincinnati - College of Law
  • University of Cincinnati - College of Law
  • University of Cincinnati - College of Law
  • University of Cincinnati - College of Law
  • University of Cincinnati - College of Law

    Courtesy of Perkins+Will and BHDP Architecture.

  • University of Cincinnati - College of Law

    Courtesy of Perkins+Will and BHDP Architecture.

  • University of Cincinnati - College of Law

    Courtesy of Perkins+Will and BHDP Architecture.

  • University of Cincinnati - College of Law

    Courtesy of Perkins+Will and BHDP Architecture.

  • University of Cincinnati - College of Law

    Courtesy of Perkins+Will and BHDP Architecture.

  • University of Cincinnati - College of Law

    Courtesy of Perkins+Will and BHDP Architecture.

  • University of Cincinnati - College of Law

    Courtesy of Perkins+Will and BHDP Architecture.

  • University of Cincinnati - College of Law

    Courtesy of Perkins+Will and BHDP Architecture.

  • University of Cincinnati - College of Law

    Courtesy of Perkins+Will and BHDP Architecture.

The University of Cincinnati began construction in March of 2021 on a $45.6 million renovation and expansion of Linder Hall to create a new home for the College of Law. Designed by Perkins+Will and BHDP Architecture, the project will repurpose and enlarge the 84,443-sf structure to create a 116,635-sf facility featuring a two-story lobby atrium, three flexible 50-seat classrooms, a 90-seat classroom, and a 160-seat auditorium that can function as an appellate courtroom. Comprising six stories and a basement level, the technology-rich building will provide spacious libraries and reading rooms, a centralized student services hub, individual and group study spaces, faculty and administrative offices, and seven multimodal seminar rooms, one of which can transform into a trial courtroom. LEED Silver sustainable design certification will be sought for the facility, which will include an outdoor terrace on the second floor. Skanska USA is the construction manager for the project. Completion is expected in August of 2023.

Related Organizations
Architect
Architect of Record
BHDP Architecture
Construction Manager
Skanska USA