Completed in 2015, this project entailed the design and creation of a new library and learning commons that incorporated the structure of an existing building, providing our engineers with an exciting set of challenges.
JUMP—or Jack’s Urban Meeting Place—is a not-for-profit, interactive creative center and community gathering place in the heart of downtown Boise. JUMP is both a place and thing—a lively fusion of environment and experiences designed to help spark talents and interests you may not even know you have.
The Applied Technology and Innovation Center is located on the campus of the College of Southern Idaho in Twin Falls, Idaho. The 39,000sf single story building was designed to house the College’s expanding HVAC, Environmental Technology, Wind Energy, and Machine Technology programs complete with classrooms, hands-on labs, and administrative support spaces.
Lochsa designed this new school building using masonry walls and steel joists in the gym and wood bearing walls with pre-manufactured wood trusses for the roof. The completed project consisted of 8 classrooms, a library/media center, and full size gym.