A Concrete Case Study: The University of California San Diego Campus

Iconic concrete buildings have helped create a distinctive architectural identity for the University of California San Diego. Newer buildings on campus, such as the East Campus Office Building, the Triton Ballpark, and the Spanos Athletic Performance Center, are extending that architectural legacy—using the tilt-up method of construction.

This discussion covers the economical, energy-efficient, and durable qualities of tilt-up building. Watch now to learn how these architects are ensuring new UCSD buildings are innovating on the campus’ legacy of concrete architecture.