College of William & Mary Opens Integrated Science Center

Published 10-6-2016

The College of William & Mary opened the third phase of the Integrated Science Center (ISC3) in September of 2016 in Williamsburg, Va. Accommodating programs in applied science, biology, chemistry, psychology, neuroscience, and computer modeling, the $74 million interdisciplinary facility features 13 chemistry research labs, four teaching labs, instrumentation suites, a computational lab, a biological sciences makerspace, a spectroscopy lab, and a complete machine shop. Designed around a four-story core referred to as the Machine for Science, the collaborative 113,000-sf project provides classrooms, offices, conference rooms, a large seminar room, a 300-seat lecture hall, an atrium, and an adjacent greenhouse. ISC3 was designed by EYP Architecture & Engineering and built by Whiting-Turner. Site work began on the project in June of 2014.

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