Purdue University is building the $64 million Chaney-Hale Hall of Science in West Lafayette, Ind. Accommodating STEM programs in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, the collaborative 111,000-sf facility will provide 33 multidisciplinary laboratory classrooms for courses in general and organic chemistry, biochemistry, general biology, microbiology, cellular and molecular biology, and anatomy and physiology. Undergraduate science teaching labs will be collocated, launching novel opportunities for new, integrated curricula. Acting as a collaborative research hub, the project is strategically sited at the center of campus to create a town square for STEM education. Completion is expected in August of 2020, with an official dedication following in October. Jacobs is the architect of record, working in partnership with Ennead.