CARNEGIE MELLON TEPPER SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

SIMMONS AUDITORIUM

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Part of the 315,000 square foot Tepper Quad project, the Simmons Auditorium is a 600-seat multi-purpose room that is now the largest gathering space on Carnegie Mellon University's campus.

The flat floored room features room dividers to create two separate rooms, each with a telescopic seating units, allowing the space to function as one large, or two smaller convention, reception, or banquet space, in addition to lecture or presentation space. Additionally, infrastructure was provided to support small performances, including recitals.

TheatreDNA provided theatre planning, theatre design, and performance equipment design and specification, subcontracted to Theatre Projects.

COMPLETION

2018

OWNER

Carnegie Mellon, Tepper School of Business

ARCHITECT

Moore Ruble Yudell Architects