The renovation of the UCSD School of Global Policy & Strategy (GPS) is complete! A year after its rebranding from IR/PS to GPS, the School of Global Policy & Strategy celebrated the return of students and faculty with a grand re-opening of its updated facilities.   The renovations included a beautification of the GPS auditorium and complete overhaul of Robinson Hall.  The entirety of Robinson Hall has transformed, with the addition of a new classroom, new “break-out” spaces, student and faculty offices as well as the remodel of existing classrooms, lobby space, and student lounge.  The function of the new lobby offers students and faculty the opportunity for social gathering, personal study, as well as a comfortable setting.  Enhanced material selection, a strong creative vision, and high-tech features reinvigorate the GPS campus for all users and fortify the school’s reputation as a forward-thinking institution. (Photos by Dempsey: UCSD Robinson Hall).

JWDA team members include Matthew Geaman, AIA, LEED AP, Rodrigo Muñiz, Assoc. AIA, LEED GA, Catherine Arreaza, Assoc. AIA, and Joseph O. Wong, FAIA. Thank You to UCSD and all design team members for a successful completion and delivery of the GPS Renovation.

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Design Team:

UCSD Program Manager:  Barbara Anderson, M. Arch, LEED AP

Structural Engineer:  TTG Engineers

MEP:  exp.

General Contractor:  Dempsey Construction

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