Kent State University Opens Integrated Sciences Building

Kent State University celebrated the opening of the $37.6 million Integrated Sciences Building in September of 2017 in Kent, Ohio. Designed by Ayers Saint Gross and built by Turner Construction, the 66,000-gsf interdisciplinary facility provides classrooms, teaching labs, research labs, and faculty offices for the departments of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Biological Sciences, and Physics. Comprising two stories above grade and a basement level with 13,500 sf of shell space, the building also houses the Brain Health Research Institute and the Advanced Materials Science Research Institute. Construction began in October of 2015 on the project, which is expected to attain LEED Silver sustainable design certification.

Related Organizations
Ayers Saint Gross - Architect
Turner Construction - General Contractor