• Site tour attendance is limited. Space on the site tours will be filled on a first-registered, first-served basis.
  • No more than 5 people per organization will be confirmed on a tour.
  • Failure to check-in at the tour desk in the lobby 15 mins. prior to departure time may result in your seat being forfeited to those on the stand-by list.
  • All tour participants must arrive at the site on the tour bus with the tour group. For security reasons, no one may meet the group at the tour site.
  • A $25 bus transportation fee will be charged to your registration fee. This fee is non-refundable for cancellations made within two weeks of the tour date.
  • Tour #1: Arizona State University Net-Zero Student Pavilion and Beus Center for Law and Society

    Check-in at tour desk in hotel lobby at 12:15 p.m.; Departs hotel 12:30 p.m.; Returns to hotel by 4:45 p.m.

    Beus Center for Law and Society
    The 260,000-sf Beus Center for Law and Society (BCLS) is the new home to the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University. It includes a broad range of state-of-the-art classrooms and meeting spaces, the new Follett’s downtown bookstore, and a restaurant/café. The BCLS fosters collaboration among its occupants, including the Lincoln Center for Applied Ethics, The McCain Institute for International Leadership, the Sandra Day O’Connor Institute, Arizona Voice for Crime Victims, Arizona Justice Project, and the ASU Alumni Law Group— the nation’s first teaching law firm that also helps the community gain access to affordable legal services. The building also includes Think Tank spaces for grant-funded, interdisciplinary research projects. 


    Net-Zero Student Pavilion
    Located at the center of student life at ASU Tempe, the new 74,653-gsf Student Pavilion houses office space for student government and organizations, university classrooms, tutoring and supplemental instruction, and other academic functions, and it serves as an event venue for guest lectures, musicals, comedic performances and student productions. The Student Pavilion is Arizona’s largest Net Zero energy facility building and delivers green qualities including renewable energy, energy-efficiency, and Zero Waste with sustainable elements including chilled-beam and indirect evaporative cooling, energy-efficient office, classroom, and kitchen equipment, exterior shading of windows and walls, LED and energy-efficient lighting, and a roof solar-ready for future photovoltaic installations.

    Sun, 05/05/2019 - 12:30pm-4:45pm
    AIA CES Units: 2.00
    HSW Units: 0.00
  • Tour #2: University of Arizona Health Sciences Education Building and the Biomedical Sciences Partnership Building (BSPB)

    Check-in at the tour desk in hotel lobby at 8:15 a.m.; Departs hotel at 8:30 a.m.; Bus drops off at Phoenix International Airport Terminals by 12:00 p.m.; Returns to hotel by 12:30 p.m.

    Health Sciences Education Building
    The 268,000-square-foot Health Sciences Education Building (HSEB) is part of the multi-institutional campus in downtown Phoenix for health science education and research and supports students and faculty of the UA College of Medicine-Phoenix, UA College of Pharmacy and the NAU College of Allied Health Sciences. The facility consists of administration and faculty offices, lecture halls, learning studios, flexible classrooms, student and faculty services, a clinical skills suite, a simulation suite, gross anatomy facilities, class laboratories, learning resource center, cafeteria, group study rooms, and conference rooms. The HSEB and future research buildings will be connected by a structure that houses functions for the public and building occupants as part of an interdisciplinary effort for educators, researchers, students, and teachers to meet and encourage collaboration. 

    Biomedical Sciences Partnership Building (BSPB)
    Located just north of the Health Sciences Education Building, the Biomedical Sciences Partnership Building (BSPB) serves as a hub for health care science and research. Housing researchers with a myriad of backgrounds — such as flow cytometry, physics, materials science, electrical and mechanical engineering, chemistry, biology and nanotechnology — the building will allow for the discovery of innovative solutions to today’s most pressing health issues. The 10-story, 245,000-square-foot BSPB includes two 80-seat seminar rooms, six floors of wet laboratory space, two floors of dry laboratory space, and will serve as the headquarters of The Center for Applied NanoBioscience and Medicine, The Research and Translational Flow Cytometry and Immunology Core Laboratory, The Ronald A. Matricaria Institute of Molecular Medicine, and The Pediatric Infectious Disease Research Laboratory. 

    Wed, 05/08/2019 - 8:30am-12:30pm
    AIA CES Units: 2.00
    HSW Units: 0.00