Arizona State University, Main Campus Projects
Over the past six decades, DWL has provided to Arizona State University architectural and planning services on a wide range of new and renovation projects. This experience has given us an intimate knowledge of the University’s past accomplishments, organizational structure, master planning goals, sustainability guidelines and campus infrastructure.
DWL’s collaboration with Arizona State University has created many signature projects around the Tempe campus, including the Charles Trumbull Hayden Library (1966), Wells Fargo Arena (1974) and the Noble Science and Engineering Library (1982). In 2005, DWL transformed the University’s 100-year-old President’s Cottage, listed in the National Register of Historic Places, into the Virginia G. Piper Center for Creative Writing.
DWL has also led many expansion projects to existing facilities on campus: the School of Music Addition (with The Mathes Group, 1992), a simple and straightforward structure that visually blends with existing buildings on the site, including Frank Lloyd Wright’s Gammage Auditorium; and the seven-story Intercollegiate Athletics Building (1988, 2002) located at the entrance to Sun Devil Stadium.
University Center DPC (UCENT) Police Station
Learning Sciences Institute
Pat Tillman Veterans Center
Psychology Hall North, Room 103 Renovation
Sun Devil Sports Performance Renovation