Providence College – Science Complex, Providence Rhode Island
The new addition to the Albertus Magnus Science Complex, is a $50 million multi-phased project, an initiative of the Campus Transformation Project. The 36,000 square foot addition to the existing three building 70,000-gross square foot Science Complex, is the first of multiple phases with extensive renovations currently in design. The Complex houses teaching and research space for the Biology, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Psychology, and Engineering-Physics-Systems Departments. The new spaces will provide the collaboration amongst students and faculty within a multi-disciplinary environment across a variety of spaces including state-of-the-art classrooms, lecture halls, labs, offices, seminar rooms, collaborative areas, and student/faculty common areas.
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The new addition was completed in August of 2018, with the multi-phased renovation continuing into the following years. The Audio-Visual systems and LAN connectivity design/project management project was the collective effort of work with key stakeholders to include the Providence College Capital Project Group, Academic Media Services, SLAM Collaborative and MEP Engineers. Our project team consisted of Joe E. Mello as Project Manager, James Katseff, RCDD as Project Engineer, Tim Baeta, CTS as Project Designer.