Seattle U William F. Eisiminger Fitness Center

2011

The Connolly Hall Fitness Center provides a new 18,400 SF two-story space that is programed for strength training, yoga studio, large group aerobics and a cardio floor with expansive views of the Seattle University Campus and Stadium.  The building also houses the school’s Outdoor Recreation program.  Custom steel trusses were designed by PCS Structural Solutions to deliver a large open space cardio floor unencumbered of columns, in order to provide maximum flexibility for future configurations of exercise equipment.  The Fitness Center entry features a steel and glass canopy that cantilevers outward from the building while standing on a single asymmetric column.