University of Wyoming Breaks Ground on Science Initiative Building

Published 11-20-2018
  • University of Wyoming - Science Initiative Building
  • University of Wyoming - Science Initiative Building

    Courtesy of GSG Architecture.

  • Courtesy of Perkins+Will & GSG Architecture.

The University of Wyoming broke ground in November of 2018 on the $100 million Science Initiative building in Laramie. Designed by GSG Architecture, the 153,000-sf facility will provide leading-edge research labs, imaging suites, collaboration spaces, a vivarium, a greenhouse, and a 200-seat active-learning classroom. Supporting the university's Tier-1 Engineering Initiative, the interdisciplinary project will accommodate STEM programs in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. The building has a construction contract value of $86.8 million and is being built by GE Johnson. Completion is expected in early 2021.

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