The new, four-story Science Center includes classrooms, offices, laboratories, and research spaces for the biology and chemistry departments. The $32 million, 45,600 square foot building is the first new classroom facility to be built on campus in over 40 years. The facility was designed by BWBR Architects and the project team also includes mechanical and electrical engineering by MEP Associates, structural engineering by Ericksen Roed & Associates, civil engineering by MMS Consultants, and landscape architecture by Confluence.
Design-Build Institute of America - Mid-America Region (DBIA-MAR)
The Cornell College Russell Science Center received a 2019 DBIA-MAR Merit Award. We are honored to be recognized for excellence in our work, our commitment to safety, and our efforts on behalf of our team members and communities.