University of North Florida – Skinner Jones Hall

 

PROJECT OVERVIEW

The University of North Florida Skinner-Jones Hall project consisted of the construction of a new 59,000 SF, four story building and the renovation of 48,000 SF of the existing Skinner-Jones Hall. The construction cost was $24 million dollars. The exterior building envelope consists of various facades including brick veneer and glass curtain wall.

STRUCTURAL DESIGN

The structural building frame is constructed of composite steel beams and steel columns bearing on spread foundations. The lateral force resisting system consists of composite steel deck and metal roof deck diaphragms which transfer lateral load to the concrete masonry shearwalls acting as the vertical lateral load resisting system.