SCH Number 2003032080

Project Info

CSU-Stanislaus Science Building II
This 69,640 ASF/113,761 GSF replacement facilityat CSU Stanislaus will provide a modern and efficient teaching environment for the science disciplines, to be occupied by January, 2007. The project will have the capacity to support 489 FTES in lecture space, 186 FTES in teaching laboratories, 58 faculty offices, 5 department offices with related clerical support, instrutcional activity spaces, and miscellaneous storage and support functions. Programs to be housed in the Science II Building are: Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Geology, Astronomy, and Physics and Physical Sciences. This 3-story steel framed facility utilizes an exterior skin of GFRC panels and a mix of gray tinted and gray reflective glazing. Internally, building circulation is ordered around a central full height atrium space. Within this atrium space, the support structure for the rooftop observatory will be expressed and visible. Extensive glazing on the north and east sides relate well to intended faculty office uses while more limited glazing to the south and west more appropriately serves the various proposed lab and instructional spaces.
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2 documents in project

Type Lead/Public Agency Received Title
California State University Board of Trustees California State University Stanislaus, Science II Seismic Replacement Bldg., Schematic Plan Approval
California State University Board of Trustees CSU-Stanislaus Science Building II