- Science Hall: 100,000 square feet
- Youngchild Hall: 80,000 square feet
The Lawrence University Science Hall provides space for the molecular sciences, with state-of-the-art research and teaching laboratories, a number of which are shared spaces used by several of the sciences. The chemistry department occupies the first and second floors of the building. Offices and classrooms for biology are found on the top floor. A third-floor bridge within the atrium allows close contact between the biology laboratories and offices in Science Hall and those in Youngchild Hall.
New construction of a multi-story building included electrical from a new service to all power distribution, complete lighting system, fire alarm system installation, temperature control wiring, power wiring to all building HVAC and plumbing equipment, building security system and all voice and data cabling.
The building had unique features such as a large atrium with automatic shades on the south side and a large lecture hall with programmable low voltage lighting scene control.
Type of Services Performed:
- Cabling (Voice & Data)
- Fire Alarm System