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John J. Bowen Center for Science and Technology // Providence, RI Size: 73,000 sf // Architect: Edward Rowse Architects Johnson & Wales

The new 73,000sf, three-story, LEED Gold rating, building serves as home to JWU’s School of Engineering & Design and the College of Arts & Science’s new biology program. The building will house the Alan Shawn Feinstein Technology & Design Center, biology labs that support physics, chemistry, organic chemistry and microbiology, faculty offices and an outdoor courtyard designed to support collaborative learning.

College of Engineering // Kingston, RI Size: 186,000 sf // Architect: Ballinger Architects University of Rhode Island

The new 186,000 “H”-shaped facility, which includes a walk-out lower level, 6-story bridge structure and 2 - 4 story office wings, replaces five separate buildings built in the 1950 and 60’s. The first floor, located on the Quad level, has a large south-facing commons and computer lab, and features a clear span commons area with café, with no columns, as part of the bridge structure. The first floor also features a combination of instructional labs and interactive classrooms opening up to student interaction spaces. The upper floors comprise flexible, modular labs near the faculty offices and graduate student workstations. The project was designed to meet LEED Silver standards.


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