TWO NEW AWARDS FOR THE LEWIS ARTS COMPLEX!

July 20, 2018

The Lewis Arts Complex at Princeton University has recently received two awards from Engineering News-Record and the New Jersey Business & Industry Association. Completed in October 2017, the complex houses practice, rehearsal, and performance space for theater, music, and dance in three distinct buildings. The buildings unite below ground in an 8,000 square foot forum and are centered around an outdoor plaza open to the University and surrounding community.

Engineering News-Record has titled the Lewis Arts Complex as the Best Culture / Worship Project in the New York Region. The steel and cast-in-place concrete structures of the three buildings are faces in thick 21-million-year-old limestone. Inside they contain practice and performance spaces with state-of-the-art acoustics, lighting, and technical capabilities.

The New Jersey Business & Industry Association and the New Jersey Business Magazine have bestowed the project and Princeton University the New Good Neighbor Award for creating anchoring a new 22-acre development that unites the University and city.

Congratulations to Princeton University, Turner Construction Co. and our many dedicated consultants!

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