Main entrance to the ENR2 building with foliage lining the walls and concrete columns.

Welcome to the ENR2 Building at the University of Arizona!

Completed in 2015, the Environment and Natural Resources 2 Building (ENR2), is part of the University of Arizona's commitment to environmental sustainability and interdisciplinary research and studies that focus on earth science, environmental programs and natural resources. The building contains offices, classrooms, auditoriums and gathering rooms for public programs, in addition to a café and a stunning central courtyard that foster circulation and gathering.

Arizona Institute for Resilience (AIR) shares the five-story structure with the School of Geography, Development, and Environment the School of Natural Resources and the Environment, the Office of Sustainability and some divisions of the Department of Mathematics. The LEED platinum-certified building incorporates cutting-edge technologies that epitomize the university's dedication to sustainability in higher education.

To learn more about the building, including its innovative sustainable features, please visit the ENR2 page on the PDC website, or take our self-guided tour.

Direct any general questions about ENR2, building tours or donations to ENR2 projects to Ilyssa Beckwith, the ENR2 Building Manager, at ilyssabeckwith@arizona.edu.

Want to reserve a room?

ENR2 is now accepting reservations for Spring and Summer 2024. 

Learn more and reserve today