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SMU – Annette Caldwell Simmons Hall

SMU – Annette Caldwell Simmons Hall

Architect: Hahnfield Hoffer Stanford

Owner: Southern Methodist University

Annette Caldwell Simmons Hall is a 56,000-SF facility on the SMU campus and is home to the School of Education and Human Development. The building includes the physiology of exercise and a biomechanical laboratory, along with deans offices and multiple classrooms. The structure is cast-in-place with a structural steel roof, slate tiles and a masonry veneer. The project received two awards by the American Subcontractors Association for Outstanding Project Under $25 Million and Outstanding Project Team Under $50 Million, and is LEED Gold-certified.

56,000 total SF

Project Details

  • WINNER OF TWO ASA AWARDS
  • LEED GOLD-CERTIFIED
  • DEANS OFFICES AND CLASSROOMS
Complements other SMU buildings on campus

Home to School of Education and Human Development

Home to School of Education and Human Development

Complements other SMU buildings on campus

Classrooms of various sizes

Classrooms of various sizes

Offices and meeting spaces

Light and airy building

Light and airy building

Space to Thrive