The Temple Aramark Student Training and Recreation (STAR) Complex is a 110,000 sf University academic, athletics and recreation facility. A portion of the building is devoted to the College of Public Health and provides space for clinical training in the occupational and physical therapy disciplines. It includes labs, lecture halls and classrooms.
The Indoor Pavilion includes a 39,000 sf indoor turf field with a 60-yard football field and end zone, room divider net for other sports, and a locker room. Additionally, the 12,000 sf Indoor Recreation Area doubles the amount of free weight space currently available to students, and the new outdoor track is accessible to the public.
The main entrance is a two-and-a-half-story glass atrium. The exterior finishes consist of curtain wall, brick masonry and finish metal panels. The project is fully sustainable with LED lighting, high STC ratings, and is designed and constructed to achieve LEED© Silver certification.
Location: Philadelphia, PA
Owner: Temple University
Architect: Moody Nolan
Size: 110,000 sf
This project is designed and constructed for LEED© Silver certification
Photo Credit: Greg Benson Photography