This project is a $60 million 136,000 square foot Science / Nursing building project. This complex project included a 100,000 square foot gut renovation of the existing science building and a new 36,000 square foot addition for nursing.
The new 4 story facility is connected to the existing science building by means of a pedestrian bridge at the second floor level. Program areas include research laboratories for biology, chemistry, environmental science and physics, computer science, cold rooms, microscopy, tissue culture, nursing clinical and skill labs, nursing simulation labs with control rooms, large lecture halls, general purpose classrooms, faculty offices and student collaboration spaces. The plumbing, mechanical, electrical, telecommunication and audio visual systems are state of the art and energy efficient. The project was designed to USGBC LEED Silver standards.
Cambridge provided full construction management services including preconstruction, construction and closeout.
Awards: 2016 ENR New York Best Projects Award, 2016 Society of American Registered Architects Professional Design Excellence Award