We are pleased to announce that Payette, in partnership with MacLachlan, Cornelius & Filoni Architects and Moshier Studio, has been awarded the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine Scaife Hall Addition and Renovation. The 110,000 SF addition/renovation project will include a new auditorium, classrooms, small group rooms, wet and dry teaching labs and a new anatomy lab for the university’s medical students.
In 2015, we had the pleasure of working with the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine Scaife Hall Master Plan and Medical Education Building with the intent to plan renovations and build state-of-the-art teaching spaces to compete for the best students with the best medical schools in the nation. The intent of the Master Plan was to integrate the mechanical and electrical systems in Scaife Hall to give the building another 50 years of life.
Stemming from the Master Plan, we recently completed the first stage which consists of a cantilevered two-story student lounge addition, a 20,000 SF renovation and a new monumental stair to replace the dated and narrow escalators from the late-1900s to welcome both students and visitors into the building.
We look forward to working with the School of Medicine on a new state-of-the-art building for the University’s medical students.