Tata Hall Construction
Demand for Harvard Business School executive programs continues to rise, even in the face of economic uncertainty. Today, HBS sees a compelling opportunity to further strengthen its leadership in Executive Education through the construction of Tata Hall—a new facility that will enrich the learning experience of managers and leaders who come to HBS.
Tata Hall represents not only the School's best thinking and experience around the type of building that best supports Executive Education participants during their time on campus, but also reflects its state-of-the-art practices in the areas of technology and sustainability.
Located on the northeast corner of the HBS campus behind Kresge Hall, Tata Hall is the latest addition to our campus. This new Executive Education building comprises approximately 150,000 square feet, ranges from six to seven stories, and houses roughly 180 bedrooms. The arc-shaped building also will include living group rooms, an informal gathering space for socializing, and a full basement level that connects to the campus tunnel system.
The project also includes the creation of new landscaped open spaces, publicly accessible pathways connecting Western Avenue at One Western Avenue all the way to the Weeks Footbridge, and open access from the campus to the river at East Drive. The Tata Hall groundbreaking took place in December 2011, and the target completion date for the building is December 2013.
- Site Mobilization and Prep – October 31, 2011
- Construction Began – December 5, 2011
- Target Project Completion – December 2013
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