Expansion Announced for A. B. Freeman School of Business, Tulane University
New Haven, CT (March 23, 2016) Celebrating its Centennial, Freeman is a top tiered, competitive business program at Tulane University and has grown considerably over the years. To continue offering its international student body specialized education and training for the professional world, the school is expanding. Pelli Clarke Pelli is architect of the new 45,000 square feet addition and 40,000 square feet renovation of Goldring/Woldenberg Business School Complex of the A. B. Freeman School of Business. The design was led by Senior Design Principal Fred Clarke and Principal in Charge Bill Butler.
According to the press release from Tulane University, “The expansion will transform the student experience at the Freeman School with advanced, flexible classrooms; expanded breakout rooms for collaborative learning; a new financial analysis lab; a larger, modernized Career Management Center; and incubator space for student startups within a new home for the Lepage Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation.”
Pelli Clarke Pelli designed two other projects in New Orleans: Award-winning St. Katharine Drexel Chapel, Xavier University of Louisiana and Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport