Stanford University positions itself for the next, tech-driven 50 years with the Science Cluster


Tradeline // University Facilities for the Sciences and Advanced Technologies 2019

Monday, October 28, 2019

Austin, TX

Stanford University's vision to address global challenges in a rapidly changing and interconnected world of technology takes the physical form of the Science Cluster, a science quad encompassing biology and chemistry programs strategically placed near the School of Medicine and School of Engineering. Flad's Andrew Cunningham will be among the session leaders detailing the new interdisciplinary district strategic plan, the buildings that will be constructed, and programs that will encourage cross-collaboration and transform campus capabilities. They will chart the roadmap to success by addressing program development for research, teaching/learning, and the campus landscape, along with amenity and infrastructure components that will knit it all together.

Stephen PondStephen Pond Project ExecutiveDepartment of Project ManagementStanford University
Andrew CunninghamAndrew Cunningham RIBA, LEED AP PrincipalFlad Architects
Thomas WoodenThomas Wooden Vice PresidentWhiting Turner