CLIENT

University of Notre Dame

DESCRIPTION

Campus Crossroads O’Neill Hall

SERVICES

Civil
Mechanical & Electrical
Fire Protection
Technology
Commissioning

LOCATION

Notre Dame, Indiana

YEAR

2018

CONSTRUCTION COST

$400 million

PROJECT PARTNERS

The S/L/A/M Collaborative
Barton Malow

SIZE

836,000 square feet

A Touchdown at the Crossroads

This massive series of additions and expansions around the perimeter of the iconic football stadium comprises the largest building project in the history of Notre Dame. Featuring three new buildings, it brings academics, athletics, and student life together.

The student center is housed on the west side, the anthropology and psychology departments and a digital media center are on the east side, and the music and sacred music departments are on the south side, leaving the side facing Hesburgh Library unchanged. As one of the most centrally located facilities on the campus, the stadium serves as a year-round hub for academic and student life.
A feature of O’Neill Hall is a six-story, state-of-the-art academic facility devoted to music that houses the Sacred Music Program and Michuda Family Visiting Artist Rehearsal Hall.

Combined, there are more than 836,000 square feet of teaching, research, performance, student life, and recreation space. It incorporates cutting-edge digital media resources and an enhanced game-day experience.