University Hall at George Mason University

A new five-story administration building on the main campus of George Mason University.  The building is a long-span, steel-framed structure housing ground floor classrooms and retail establishments, as well as office and support functions on the upper four levels.  The building’s design incorporates an inverted pyramid layout, supporting a sloping front facade that provides additional floor space with each successive floor.

Developed by the George Mason University Foundation, the project’s design and construction were subject to Virginia’s Bureau of Capital Outlay Management’s (BCOM) review process and standards.