St. Ignatius

New Learning Complex

Much of the northern part of St. Ignatius College Preparatory’s campus (McGucken Hall, the Carlin Commons, and Orradre Chapel & Courtyard) is 50 years old and is in need of attention. As the Jesuit community explores options to move off-campus, SI has a once-in-a-generation opportunity to build a new Learning Complex to meet the needs of 21st century education. The new Complex will bring together technology, content, and services in a flexible adaptive space that encourages collaboration, teamwork, and interaction.

The new Complex will become a focal point of SI’s campus. As a technology-oriented facility, the space will continuously change as hardware, software, and networking configurations advance along with evolving use by students and their educators. As envisaged today, the new Complex will incorporate elements of STREAM (science, technology, robotics, engineering, arts, and math) as well as group study rooms, visualization labs, and multimedia platforms that enable our students to compete in an ever-changing world.

SI retained Mark Cavagnero Associates as our architect and DevCon Construction as our contractor for pre-construction services.