Memorial University Builds Core Science Facility

Published 8-24-2018
  • Memorial University - Core Science Facility
  • Memorial University - Core Science Facility
  • Memorial University - Core Science Facility
  • Memorial University Builds Core Science Facility
  • Memorial University - Core Science Facility
  • Memorial University - Core Science Facility

    Courtesy of John Hearn Architect.

  • Memorial University - Core Science Facility

    Courtesy of John Hearn Architect.

  • Memorial University - Core Science Facility

    Courtesy of John Hearn Architect.

  • Memorial University Builds Core Science Facility

    Courtesy of John Hearn Architect.

  • Memorial University - Core Science Facility

    Courtesy of John Hearn Architect.

Memorial University is building the $325 million Core Science Facility in St. John's, Newfoundland. Designed by HOK Architects and Hearn Fougere Architects to promote integration and interaction, the multidisciplinary project comprises three tower blocks offering teaching and research labs, offices, and technology-rich learning environments for the departments of biology, chemistry, biochemistry, and electrical and computer engineering. The 480,000-gsf facility will include a ten-story collaboration atrium, an aquatic animal research lab, and a cryogenics suite. Construction began on the project in late 2015 and completion is expected in the fourth quarter of 2019.

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