University of Cincinnaton Clifton Court Hall Existing Site Photo

KZF selected as designer for UC’s Clifton Court Hall

University of Cincinnati has selected KZF as the Architect of Record for Clifton Court Hall.

KZF Design has been selected to serve as the Architect of Record for the new $86.5M Clifton Court Hall building at the University of Cincinnati’s Uptown West Campus.

Clifton Court Hall is planned to house classrooms, offices, project and lab spaces, and more to support interdisciplinary programs within the university’s College of Art & Sciences. The new 180,000 SF facility will combine a variety of departments and functions, encourage collaboration, and provide flexibility to rapidly changing and evolving co-curricular opportunities.

The new academic building will be located on a prominent portion of the campus, at the corner of Clifton Avenue and Clifton Court Drive, across from the new Probasco Auditorium, currently in design. The building will provide a fresh and exciting “face” and gateway at a major point of entry to the campus.

KZF Design will collaborate with the Design Architect firm of LMN of Seattle, Washington. UC also selected Messer Construction Co. to be the construction manager at risk.

“KZF Design is proud to once again have been selected as Architect of Record for a cutting-edge design project at the University of Cincinnati,” says Doug Marsh, Senior Vice President at KZF Desgin and Project Manager for the new Clifton Court Hall building. “We are pleased to be continuing our strong relationship with the University as evidenced by our recent work as Architect of Record for the world-class new Lindner College of Business building.”

KZF has enjoyed a working relationship with the University of Cincinnati which spans decades and is represented by such “campus icon” KZF/UC collaborations such as the Campus Recreation Center, the Engineering Research Building, and Turner & Schneider Residence Halls.

For more information, read the Cincinnati Business Courier article here.

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