Arthur L. Irving Institute for Energy and Society

About the Project

Construction of the Arthur L. Irving Institute for Energy and Society was completed in March, 2022. The mission of the Institute is "to advance an affordable, sustainable, and reliable energy future for the benefit of society." Programs within the building are multidisciplinary, drawing upon faculty and students from across Dartmouth's undergraduate and graduate schools.

The 55,000 gsf building is located between the Tuck School of Business and Thayer School of Engineering. An atrium forms a connection to Murdough Hall, providing a natural point of convergence for faculty and students from around campus. The building also contains teaching and learning spaces , faculty and research office and workplace environments, research and demonstration labs and maker spaces, the Fern Café, and a series of spaces designed to foster informal interaction.

The Irving Institute will seek to continue and improve upon the Dartmouth's tradition of high-performance buildings and landscapes; we will seek LEED platinum designation for this building.

Project Milestone

  • Construction: October 2019 to March, 2022

Project Team

  • Project Manager: James Pike
  • Architect: Goody Clancy
  • Contractor: Turner Construction