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Sloan School Expansion

Building E62

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Architect Moore Ruble Yudell Architects & Planners; lead designers
Bruner / Cott Architects
Completed 2010
Scope 215,000 gsf, with 190,000 gsf underground garage
Design features
  • Includes 205 offices, 6 classrooms, over 30 group study rooms, dining, Executive Education suite, lounge areas, and new, usable outdoor spaces including a rebuild of Sloan Plaza.
  • The building’s layout connects to Buildings E52 and E60 improving service access to all MIT facilities on the block and incorporating both older buildings in a unified expression around an elevated outdoor terrace along Memorial Drive.
  • An underground garage
Sustainable features
  • brownfield redevelopment
  • light pollution reduction
  • operable windows to provide natural ventilation and individual control
  • sunshades and screens on the southern façade of the building to improve daylighting while reducing solar heat gain
  • daylighting controls on lighting and window shades to reduce the energy use of the building
  • irrigation system connected to central weather station for minimization of watering
  • low-flow urinals, toilets and showers are a few of the measures that will reduce the buildings water use by 20 percent
  • storm water filtration system that will improve the quality of water that reaches the Charles River
  • low-emitting materials including adhesives, sealants, paints, and carpets

LEED-Gold certification from the U.S. Green Building Council, 2011

Like most of MIT’s new buildings, Building E62, will be submitted for a LEED rating by the U.S. Green Building Council. The project incorporates a high-performance envelope with operable windows in office areas, (partial) green roof, low-wattage lighting, demand ventilation, occupancy sensor controls, water-based terminal heating and cooling units, and easy access to usable outdoor spaces. The garage, which has facilities for Zip Cars, is also designed to provide a large area of enclosed bicycle parking and support facilities for cyclists. Other bike parking is distributed around the site.

Project Team 

Project Managers/MIT Milan Pavlinic, Program Manager; Richard Quade,
Senior Project Manager; Frank Higson, Senior Engineer; and Cindy Hill, Director of Sloan Capital Projects
design Architect Moore Ruble Yudell Architects & Planners; Santa Monica, CA
executive Architect Bruner / Cott Architects; Cambridge, MA
Structural Engineers LeMessurier Consultants; Cambridge, MA
general contractor Walsh Brothers, Inc.; Boston, MA


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