The Integrated Education Building project, built for Maricopa County Community Colleges, included the new construction of a three-story, 136,849 square foot educational building located in Phoenix, AZ. The facility consists of indoor and outdoor art classrooms, counseling offices, Student Services area, study and testing rooms, computer labs, and specialty classrooms with chemistry, biology, physics, and anatomy labs. The educational building was constructed of masonry block, glass, galvanized metal, and copper. The project also features a unique metal panel system for the building’s enclosure, balconies for students, three passenger elevators, multipurpose classroom with bleacher seating, electrically operated shade screens, access control and security systems, solar hot water heater, outdoor site walls, and integrated benches. The project achieved LEED Gold Certification from the U.S. Green Building Council for sustainable features. The Integrated Education Building project now provides a relaxing and interactive academic environment for students and faculty to cultivate their business and industrial aspirations.