Suzanne & Walter Scott, Jr. Bioengineering Building, Colorado State University

Fort Collins, Colorado, USA

When Colorado State University decided to build a new sustainable and ultra-thermal performing engineering building, it was created with a clear vision: “to create a better world for future generations.” The building’s façade incorporates large expanses of glass to allow increased daylight and visibility. With its intricate aesthetics and high performance, the building is a showcase for the university to help attract new students and make the university stronger.

ARCHITECT: Hord Coplan Macht, Denver, CO
GLAZING CONTRACTOR: J.R. Butler, Inc., Denver, CO

Photography: © CJBerg Photographics

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