St. Louis, Missouri

To attain the strategic planning goals of Webster University, Sverdrup Hall is in need of a progressive renovation to break down barriers between programs and encourage creativity among faculty, students, and corporate partners. The current building is over thirty-years old; includes antiquated learning, office, and supporting environments/infrastructure and as a result suffers from ineffective utilization. If Sverdrup Hall is not effectively renovated with purpose built spaces, the curriculum taught within will continue to be forced to react to the rapidly evolving digital media age and will struggle to keep pace with other campus facilities and peer institutions.

This building renovation has a unique opportunity to proactively charter new territory for the future of Webster University by creating inherently flexible spaces with state of the art technology, eliminate departmental silos, and digitally connect its Global Campus.