University of Colorado Boulder: Wolf Law

Boulder, CO

The new Wolf Law Building at the University of Colorado – Boulder is one of the most technologically advanced law schools in the country. The 180,000 SF, 5-story building provides ample space including classrooms ranging from 20-100 seats with wireless networking, video conferencing, distance-learning capabilities, and complete audio-visual equipment. The building includes two high-tech courtrooms with leading-edge videotaping and distance-learning capabilities. The William A. Wise Law Library is the most comprehensive and technologically advanced in the Rocky Mountain region including computer labs and learning areas throughout the library.

In keeping with University of Colorado – Boulder’s reputation for Environmental Law, the Wolf Law Building was constructed to the exacting standards of the U.S. Green Building Council’s “Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design” receiving a LEED Gold Certification.

Project Team

Ross & Baruzzini | EDI consulted, designed, assisted with the bid process, and observed construction for the audio-visual, telecommunications (including telephone and VoIP), and wireless LAN systems for this project.

    • Architect: Davis Partnership
    • Contractor: Saunders Construction


    Ross & Baruzzini | EDI Services

    As the technology consultant, Ross & Baruzzini | EDI is providing the following consulting and design services:

    • Projection Capacities
    • Voice Reinforcement system with wired podium and wireless microphones
    • Portable document cameras
    • Assistive listening devices
    • Touch-screen control panels
    • Video-conferencing systems
    • Cameras with CODEC in the distance learning classrooms and courtrooms
    Project Size
    180,000 SFProject Cost
    $46 million

    Technology Cost
    $3 million

    Project Completion
    August 2006