This 8,500 GSF project included full scope architectural and engineering services, field verification of existing construction and systems, facility programming, and assistance with phased construction recommendations. The design process included an economic assessment of the scope of work and available funding from the National Science Foundation. Our design approach was to achieve full potential for Florida A&M University’s Academic and
Research mission, and to fulfill the individual needs of the Departments of Chemistry, Biology, Physics, and related general classrooms and administrative offices. The project included the integration of these three departments into the existing building to maximize space for the research laboratories, classrooms, and administrative offices which are utilized for on-going academic and research activities.
Our design team maintained a close working relationship with FAMU’s Academic and Research personnel throughout the multiple phases of the project which ensured the design was responsive to the academic and research goals and objectives of the University.
Components similar to the College of Engineering project
• Academic Setting
• Laboratory Environment
• Flexible and Adaptable Environment
• Foster Public/Private Partnerships