Florida Gulf Coast University Breaks Ground on Water School

Published 12-2-2019
  • Florida Gulf Coast University - The Water School
  • Florida Gulf Coast University - The Water School
  • Florida Gulf Coast University - The Water School
  • Florida Gulf Coast University - The Water School
  • Florida Gulf Coast University - The Water School
  • Florida Gulf Coast University - The Water School

    Courtesy of RG Architects & HuntonBrady.

  • Florida Gulf Coast University - The Water School

    Courtesy of RG Architects & HuntonBrady.

  • Florida Gulf Coast University - The Water School

    Courtesy of RG Architects & HuntonBrady.

  • Florida Gulf Coast University - The Water School

    Courtesy of RG Architects & HuntonBrady.

  • Florida Gulf Coast University - The Water School

    Courtesy of RG Architects & HuntonBrady.

Florida Gulf Coast University broke ground in November of 2019 on a $59.9 million building for The Water School in Fort Myers. Designed by RG Architects and HuntonBrady, the four-story, 117,000-sf facility will provide 58,000 sf of research labs, 15,000 sf of teaching labs, and 23,400 sf of classrooms. The project will be the largest academic structure on FGCU's campus and will support interdisciplinary environmental sciences programs focused on water quality, policy, and management. Manhattan Construction Company is the general contractor and occupancy is expected in fall of 2021.

Related Organizations
HuntonBrady
Architect
Manhattan Construction Company
General Contractor