University of Southern California
Ronald Tutor Campus Center was designed as the heart of the campus of University of Southern California. It played an instrumental role in creating a social hub for the school. The vision was to use the new center as a catalyst for new thinking on a college campus where socializing used to happen only at the football coliseum.
The Center was designed to blend seamlessly with rest of the 50-60 year old USC campus. The project was comprised of several buildings, connected with an enclosed bridge, as well as several gardens and terraces for use by students, faculty, and administration.
Architects: AC Martin Partners Architects
General Contractor: Tutor-Saliba
Masonry Contractor: R & R Masonry
Materials Used: Cast Stone, Architectural Precast, Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete (GFRC)
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