Notre Dame Crossroads - Where Academics, Athletics and Engineering Meet

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Location: 131 DeBartolo Hall

The Campus Crossroads Project is the largest building initiative in the history of the University of Notre Dame. The entire project includes sustainability practices consistent with other University projects, such as LEED certification, green roofs, and geothermal energy use. The $400 million project includes construction of more than 750,000 square feet of classroom, research, student facility, digital media, performance, meeting, event, and hospitality space.

Notre Dame is recognized around the world for its first class academics, athletics, and campus architecture. The campus buildings are notable for their collegiate gothic style.

The scope of the project includes three new buildings in addition to numerous renovations of the existing stadium envelope and interior.

Seminar Speaker

Peter Heeringa PE, SE, is a Principal at SDI Structures in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and founder of iStructures, LLC.

After studying structural engineering at the University of Michigan Peter began his structural engineering work in Washington DC designing health care, higher education, and government structures. Peter returned with his family to Ann Arbor in 2013 and joined SDI-structures. Peter has a strong passion for structural design with a service-oriented approach – working on projects across the United States and in the Middle East. He enjoys working closely with team members to develop efficient and constructible designs while promoting the vision of the architect and owner.

Sponsored by the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences

Originally published at energy.nd.edu.