The University will build a new health center that incorporates the existing Eno Hall and an addition to the south. An atrium between Eno and the addition will serve as the building's main lobby, accessible from the north, east, and south. On the southwest edge of the site will be a multipurpose room with a green roof that will serve as a venue for various health and wellness programs and other University functions.
Frist Health Center will provide outpatient medical care and counseling services for students and limited medical services for faculty and staff. In addition to medical services, Frist Health will provide health and wellness programs that serve the campus community. The design and construction of the building will support the University's objectives, now and into the future, to advance a culture of health and wellbeing among Princeton students and support their efforts to become the best versions of themselves. Through both building and landscape, the project aspires to promote physical and mental health and support our students' interpersonal connection and wellbeing. This space is designed to be humanity-centered and healing in character.
The new Frist Health Center will reduce greenhouse gas emissions and water usage, enhance stormwater management in the area, and cultivate healthy and resilient habits. We design buildings and manage construction projects that help the University achieve our Sustainability Plan goals including achieving net-zero carbon emissions by 2046. See how on our sustainable design pages. The building's sustainable design and responsible development will be enhanced by the active participation of the engineering team and construction managers early in the process. The University is seeking LEED Gold certification, a standard established by the U.S. Green Building Council, for the buildings.
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