University of North Florida to get new education building

June 01, 2008 |

Ground has been broken on the $27 million College of Education and Human Services Building at the University of North Florida, Jacksonville. The three-story, 98,000-sf building will house classrooms, teaching labs, faculty offices, auditoriums, and meeting space. A 6,000-sf Disability Resource Center, funded by private contributions, will meet the needs of the growing number of students with disabilities at UNF. Ajax Building Corp. of Jacksonville is the CM, with Baker Barrios Architects, Orlando, as designer. UNF hopes the building will become the fifth LEED-certified building on the UNF campus.

 

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