Utica College

GORDON SCIENCE CENTER

Utica College

GORDON SCIENCE CENTER

CSArch is partnering with Utica College on a renovation and addition project of the Gordon Science Center that will advance science education and research programs, ensuring that the college can continue to fill a critical need for a well-trained workforce of health and science professionals in the surrounding regions.

Open Main Lobby

The main lobby is a double height space that brings the exterior in. At the lower level, the exterior planter extends into the space to form a rock garden under the stair. Behind the stairs, a wood tile accent wall warms the space and connects to the outside environment.

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Specialized Laboratories

Upon completion, the 25,000 square foot addition will include biology, chemistry, physics, computer science, and health professions lab space to accommodate the growth in the college's science programs and better prepare students for a competitive environment of science and health professionals.

Building Façade 

Defining the science center's place on campus is a sloped curtain wall at the main lobby and entry. The façade blends modern design with concepts from the existing campus and mimics the surrounding buildings through its use of masonry and ACMU veneer.

Project Scope

Built in 1963 and essentially unchanged from that era, the Gordon Science Center has exceeded the limits of its ability to support the enormous growth in the College’s science programs and the rapid advances in research and technology that afect instruction in biology, chemistry and related programs. CSArch is partnering with Page to program and design a new building addition to support research and teaching laboratories. The project includes full-scale redesign and renovation of science research laboratories; teaching laboratories; classrooms; support rooms; faculty office; and an auditorium and lecture hall. 

The modernized building will provide a world-class teaching and research environment for students and faculty, greatly improving educational and employment opportunities for the next generation of scientists and researchers.

Location

Utica, NY


Size

25,000 SF


Estimated Completion Date

Fall 2021


Program

Research Laboratories, Science Classrooms, Classrooms, Faculty Space, Auditorium, Support Space

Locations

  • Albany

    40 Beaver Street
    Albany, New York 12207

    ph 518.463.8068

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  • Newburgh

    19 Front Street
    Newburgh, New York 12550

    ph 845.561.3179

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