ENR2 birds eye view

ENR2

Environment and Natural Resources 2 Building
Designed to look like a slot canyon and echo our sense of space in the Southwest, ERN2 exemplifies the University’s commitment to environmental sustainability, incorporating energy efficient heating and cooling systems, rainwater harvesting and low-flow faucets, and other innovative architectural solutions in a desert landscape.

Welcome to the University of Arizona's ENR2 Building

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. The Arizona Institute for Resilient Environment and Societies (AIRES) shares the five-story structure with the School of Geography and Development, 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.

If you have questions regarding ENR2 room reservations, please contact Maya Patterson or email enr2roomres@email.arizona.edu.  

If you have any general questions about ENR2, please contact Maggie Heard, the ENR2 Building Manager.

ENR2 In the News

ENR2 - UA's Multilayered Sustainable Building Plan
ENR2 Goes Platinum, Gains Highest LEED Certification
ENR2: Where Art and Science Meet
Five Facts about UA's Greenest Building
ENR2: A New Model for Sustainability
ENR2's First Avian Residents

Donate!

You can be a part of ENR2 by helping us build a rooftop garden or by making a general donation.

Reserve a Room

The Arizona Institute for Resilient Environment and Societies (AIRES) reserves a wide range of rooms and spaces, including conference rooms, seminar rooms, a lecture hall, the courtyard and the rooftop! Details of each room, including photos and individual calendars of availability, can be accessed via the table at the bottom of this page. You can select the calendar of the room you're interested below, to verify availability. *Due to the high volume of requests, we do not accept same-business-day reservations. Please allow 1 to 3 business days for requests to be put through the system.*

If you are a University of Arizona department, student club or group, you can fill out our online reservation request form to reserve a space free of a room charge!

For community groups and organizations, please contact us at enr2roomres@email.arizona.edu with questions or requests. We will send you more information on the cost for the spaces and our contract for community users.

Please visit our Room Reservation Policies page for more information about reserving a space here at ENR2.

Important Notices for ENR2 Room Users

Requesting a room for a recurring meeting? Our BUMP CLAUSE notes that special, one-time events have priority over recurring events. AIRES reserves the right to bump with 72 hours’ notice a recurring (or, on occasion, other) event for a special, one-time event. If this occurs, we will attempt to find alternate space within ENR2 if at all possible. We will not bump regularly scheduled colloquia for building occupants (SNRE, SGD, Math).

FACILITIES MANAGEMENT NOTICE: If your event includes food/beverages at all, has more than 50 people attending, AND/OR falls on a weekend, you MUST fill out Facilities Management's Special Event Request form to notify custodial and, if necessary, specify other event needs. This will ensure your rooms are clean and the bathrooms are fully stocked and supplied. *Because custodial does not normally work on weekends, if you reserve a space on the weekend your event will incur charges via FM. Please reach out to us or Alejandra Zell on the FM Special Event team with questions about these charges.*

After filling out the FM Special Event Request form and receiving confirmation of submission, please attach confirmation to our online reservation request form or forward confirmation to enr2roomres@email.arizona.edu. If we do not receive this notification at least a week prior to your event, we reserve the right to cancel your event.

More questions? View all our POLICIES.

Additional Resources

Room N120, the large auditorium on the first floor that seats 585 people, is scheduled through Room & Course Scheduling. Please use their Ad Astra system to request the space.

Need food and beverage for your event? Check out the University of Arizona's catering policies

Need extra tables, chairs or other supplies? Fill out Facilities Management's Special Event Request form.

 

AIRES ENR2 Spaces

Room Name Room Type Sq. Footage Standard Setup Chairs Available Outside UA Cost 2-hr Outside UA Cost 4-hr Outside UA Cost >4-hr
ENR2 Cafe Commons, S120 Cafe commons
Tables and chairs
$100 $150 $200
ENR2 Courtyard Outdoor courtyard
n/a
0
$100 $150 $200
Small Conference Room A, S120A Conference
444
Conference
12
$0 $50 $100
Small Conference Room B, S120B Conference
505
Conference
12
$0 $50 $100
Agnese Nelms Haury Lecture Hall, S107 Tiered lecture hall
3,939
Fixed tables with moveable chairs (classroom style)
120
$150 $200 $300
Medium Seminar Room A, S210 Classroom
1,466
Classroom
40
$100 $150 $200
Medium Seminar Room B, S215 Classroom
1,315
Classroom
38
$100 $150 $200
Medium Seminar Room C, S225 Classroom
1,327
Classroom
38
$100 $150 $200
ENR2 Roof Outdoor
Picnic tables
8
$100 $150 $200
Videoconference Room, N595 Videoconference
1,134
Classroom
30
$100 $150 $200
IE Executive Conference Room, 604 Conference
885
Conference
30
$100 $150 $200
IE Conference Room, N572 Conference
Conference
9
IE Conference Room, N585 Workspace and conference room
Conference
9