Leon Levine Hall – Health Sciences
Appalachian State University
Construction Cost$ 64 M
This new facility provides a central location for the Beaver College of Health Sciences and is currently the University’s largest academic building. The state-of-the-art complex allows for collaboration with the local healthcare system and expands opportunities for community outreach while supporting academic programs such as communicative science and disorders, nutrition and healthcare management, and social work. The facility houses 33 classrooms, a health care training certificate clinic, and 27 high-tech and innovative labs such as nursing simulation, sleep studies, environmental chamber, and public health. Classrooms are flexible spaces designed with interactive technology to allow for long-distance collaboration. LEED Silver certified.
Stanford White engineered systems include fire sprinkler, plumbing, HVAC, power, lighting, site lighting, security, access control, fire alarm, and telecommunications. Special systems include cadaver equipment, lab exhaust, hood exhaust, deionized water, acid waste, vacuum, simulated medical gas, kitchen hood exhaust makeup, simulated nurse call, site lighting, lighting protection, and academic cameras.