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Carleton College, Science Building Complex

Educational

Project Description

Construction of a new science complex, demolition of Mudd Hall, and the 225,000 SF renovation of Olin Hall and Hulings Hall. The new science complex will foster collaboration between the science disciplines, encourage student and staff interaction, and promote student research opportunities. New construction totals 108,500 GSF and will primarily become the new home for the chemistry and geology departments and will provide new space for physics, as well as house new faculty offices. The new addition will connect to the existing Olin Hall (physics) and Hulings Hall (biology) with a commons atrium and matching the floor levels of Hulings Hall. Carleton College also developed a utility master plan and a sub-basement level in the new addition, which will become a satellite heating and cooling plant to serve other campus buildings. Olin Hall and Hulings Hall will also be renovated after the new construction is completed.

PROJECT SIZE

225,000 SF

Location

Northfield, MN

Education

Since our founding in 1956, McGough has collaborated with a wide range of Education clients. We continuously innovate our Education project approaches resulting in superior outcomes and exceptional experiences for our clients.

To learn more about McGough's Education expertise, contact Dan McKay and Dan Malecha.

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Dan McKay

Vice President, Higher Education

Dan Malecha

Regional Vice President, Minnesota

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