Carnegie Mellon University - Tepper School of Business

Carnegie Mellon University | Tepper School of Business

Completion Date: Estimated 2018
Gross Area: 295,000 SF
Moore Ruble Yudell - Design Architect/Executive Architect
R3A - Associate Architect

The David A. Tepper Quadrangle, an expansion initiative at Carnegie Mellon University aimed at creating a new model of integration across the campus’ top-ranked academic disciplines will be the first major building in the Tepper Quad.  It will serve as a new home for the Tepper School of Business while establishing a new interactive gateway to the University, bringing together campus-wide initiatives in entrepreneurship, innovation and technology-enhanced learning.  

The 295,000 square-foot building that will include structured parking, will be the centerpiece of the University’s new North Campus and will be located on a 4.5-acre site on Pittsburgh’s Forbes Avenue. The new Tepper Quad and the Tepper School of Business present extraordinary opportunities to build on the uniquely collaborative and cross-disciplinary culture of the University and the school. Building for a dynamic future, the new school facilities will provide flexible space and technology to support innovation in research and teaching. This will be complemented by a broad array of spaces designed to connect people and nurture community and creativity.