New center at Northern Kentucky University promotes digital research
The new Griffin Hall Center for Informatics at Northern Kentucky University in Highland Heights engages researchers in the emerging integration of digital and information technology while promoting the university’s green initiative. The sustainable building, costing about $255/sf, features innovative materials and intelligent building systems to meet environmental goals. At the heart of the building is the two-story George and Ellen Rieveschl Digitorium, which houses reception space, technology classrooms, a digital movie theater, a recital hall, a computer simulation center, and a distance learning center. The Building Team included Boston architecture firm Goody Clancy, McGill Smith Punshon Inc., Turner Construction, and KLH Engineers.