DeBruce Center

Lawrence, Kansas, USA

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This Work

Novum was contracted to furnish and install glass and fittings for the atrium walls at DeBruce Center at the University of Kansas in Lawrence. The DeBruce Center is fully enclosed by glass and steel at the north, east and south elevations and partially enclosed at the west elevation of the building. The total length of the wall is approximately 420’. The glazing attaches to the steel with Novum’s Point Supported Glass System. The incredibly transparent façade allows for great visibility into the state-of-the-art sports facility, where fans of all ages explore the rich history of KU’s NCAA basketball team.

DeBruce Center

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SIZE

13,450 sq ft / 1,250 sq m
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SYSTEMS USED

Point Supported Glass

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ARCHITECT

Gould Evans

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