The Sandra Day O’Conner College of Law seeks to reinvent the traditional law school experience through the construction of a new, modern facility in the heart of downtown Phoenix. The Arizona Center for Law and Society is dedicated to educate students and citizens on the importance of the law in shaping civil society. This is a six-story, 260,000 SF complex. State of the art facilities includes academic classrooms, a law library, legal clinics, a Great Hall for public events, and a public interest law firm. The ground plane and building have been developed with the community in mind by creating a unique urban environment that encourages vibrant pedestrian connections between ASU, the College of Law, and the local community.
Hardrock’s scope of work for the ASU ACLS project included continuous and spread footings, elevator pits, caissons with pier caps, CIP shear walls, shotcrete basement walls, CIP basement walls, CIP columns, structural elevated slab at basement and first level, grade beams, slab on grade over ABC at basement level, ramp, concrete topping over metal deck, stair pan fill, airfloor topping slabs, insulated topping slabs, CIP curbs and stem walls, equipment pads, CIP concrete landings, and CIP concrete risers.