The Boston University Center for Computing & Data Sciences is a dynamic vertical campus building that leverages shifting free-floating volumes to organized research neighborhoods, each with their own outdoor terrace. Exposed two-story deep perimeter steel trusses cantilever to support the offset massing. A slender concrete core reduced building weight allowing the building to be supported by a concrete mat slab bearing on marine clay, eliminating the need for deep foundations. The project employed concrete with Portland cement replacement rates of up to 70%.
- Course will award 1.0 hour of continuing education
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- This webinar will be available as a recording.