Midtown Science Building
The state-of-the-art science building, which opened in September 2005, houses the biology, chemistry, physics, astronomy and meteorology departments. In addition to classrooms, the facility includes research laboratories, lecture auditoria, a greenhouse, an observatory and the WCSU Weather Center.
The Science Building is the first state-funded building project seeking LEED Silver certification from the U.S. Green Building Council, which works to promote environmentally responsible and sustainable buildings.
|Project Budget:||$48 million|
|Architect/engineer:||Fletcher Thompson, Inc., Shelton, CT/
Mitchell/Giurgola Architects, LLP, New York, NY
|Contractor:||Fusco Corp., New Haven, CT|
|The Morganti Group, Danbury, CT|
|Size:||122,000 square feet|