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UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY ACADEMIC SCIENCE BUILDING

Lexington, Kentucky

The New Academic Science Building will be based on a projected enrollment of 6,000 incoming students per year with added shelled spaces that are required to accommodate a projected enrollment of 6,000 incoming students per year. The program contains 90,785 net assignable square feet of academic space. It accommodates the teaching labs for chemistry, general biology, micro and neurobiology along with required preparatory and support spaces. There are two large lecture halls – one at 300 seats and the other at 200 seats; a number of technology enhanced active learning (TEAL) classrooms of varying sizes, the chemistry department office, the general chemistry office, offices for lecturers, academic coordinators, and other staff, advising suites, meeting rooms, informal student spaces, a café and building support spaces. In addition the program includes shelled space for research.

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PROJECT DATA    >  

 

PROJECT TYPE
New Construction

PROJECT SIZE
240,000 s.f.

PROJECT COST
$110,000,000

DESIGN ARCHITECT
Payette

ARCHITECT OF RECORD
JRA

 


 

PROJECT TEAM

Rob Deal, AIA, LEED AP
Executive Vice President
Mark E. Trier, AIA, LEED AP
President
David Russell
Associate
Les Olson, AIA, LEED AP
Associate
Craig Chamberlain
 
Inga Hardman
 
Matt DeLuca
 
Kristin Martin
 
Colin Drake, AIA, LEED AP
Associate
Marty Merkel, AIA
 
Michael Ward
 
Joseph E. Jones, AIA
 
Ashley Meeks, NCIDQ, EDAC
Interior Designer

 

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