A new $20 million teaching and research facility
Design Collective was engaged to design a new $20 million teaching and research facility as a replacement for Wing 3 of the existing chemistry complex. The program includes the demolition of the old wing and consolidation of laboratories from current obsolete facilities.
The four-story wing includes eight teaching labs, 20 research labs, support facilities and offices that occupy 67,000 GSF. There are a total of 150 fume hoods. As part of the planning process, an atrium, courtyard and cloister concept have been designed to unify the Chemistry Complex. Additionally, a Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Facility (4,124 NASF/7,400 GSF) was constructed off-site. An 8,500 GSF Satellite Central Utility Building (SCUB) has been constructed immediately adjacent to the Chemistry Complex to provide utilities for the Chemistry Teaching Building and three other campus buildings.
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