Saint Ignatius retained Perspectus to plan and design the Companions Center for Faith that Does Justice. The Center provides collaborative spaces for students, faculty, and staff to learn, plan, prepare, and implement programs related to social justice tied to mission of the Jesuits. The suite of spaces allows cross-disciplinary activities between Campus Ministry, Theology, and Student Service programs. The space is composed of a large open collaborative space for 40, a smaller open collaborative space for 20, a closed conference room, an administrative office, and support space.
The suite is located within the basement of Loyola Hall, an 1850s building on the Saint Ignatius campus. The full renovation includes new finishes (flooring, ceiling, wall finishes), adaptation of existing mechanical systems, new electrical distribution, and new AV systems.