Sacramento State Science Building II
The University’s Strategic Plan emphasizes experimental learning in safe, modern laboratories for enhancing instruction in the sciences. This goal is difficult to achieve in the current environment due to the antiquated, seismically deficient laboratories and support structure within which science is taught.
This new Science Complex project, collaborated with FLAD Architects, will build a 66,541 ASF/110,900 GSF science replacement facility to house the Chemistry and Biology departments as a first step towards the centralization and modernization of laboratory space for the College of Natural Science and Mathematics (CNSM). It will provide 546 FTE (291 FTE in lecture, 177 FTE in LD laboratory, 78 FTE in UD laboratory), 48 faculty offices and a planetarium.
Images courtesy of FLAD Architects.