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Florida Gulf Coast University
The Water School

HuntonBrady served as the design architect on the new, 116,438 SF water school (academic building 9) at Florida Gulf Coast University. Predominantly a teaching/research facility, The water school was designed for short and long-term flexibility in order to accommodate changing academic programs throughout the life of the building. Currently, the main focus of the water school is marine and environmental sciences. Project components include administrative and faculty offices, classrooms, a 125-seat tiered auditorium, 350-seat multipurpose classroom, open study areas, instructional media, teaching labs, research labs, and applied research labs.

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Location

Fort Myers, Florida​

Size
116,438 SF

Services

Architectural Services

 

Project Highlights

Educational Center

Administrative Offices

Student Center

Awards

2018 - AIA Orlando Award of Honor

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