Pennsylvania State University Dedicates Chemical and Biomedical Engineering Building

Published 4-25-2019
  • Pennsylvania State University - Chemical and Biomedical Engineering Building
  • Pennsylvania State University - Chemical and Biomedical Engineering Building
  • Pennsylvania State University - Chemical and Biomedical Engineering Building
  • Pennsylvania State University - Chemical and Biomedical Engineering Building

    Courtesy of HOK.

  • Pennsylvania State University - Chemical and Biomedical Engineering Building

    Courtesy of HOK.

  • Pennsylvania State University - Chemical and Biomedical Engineering Building

    Courtesy of Pennsylvania State University

Pennsylvania State University dedicated the $144 million Chemical and Biomedical Engineering Building in April of 2019 in University Park. Designed by HOK, the six-story, 194,100-sf (109,100-asf) facility houses classrooms, conference rooms, collaboration spaces, instrumentation suites, a student commons, a 150-seat auditorium, and open labs arranged in neighborhoods to promote interaction. Transparent glass walls in interior corridors put science on display and integrated magnetic whiteboards encourage students and faculty to share ideas. Construction manager Barton Malow broke ground on the sustainably designed building in summer of 2017. Over a ton of recycled glass was used to create the terrazzo floor in the main lobby.

Related Organizations
HOK
Architect
Barton Malow
Construction Manager