First. Foremost. Forward.
Carroll University's new science building is a project ingrained with the pioneering spirit of Wisconsin's first institution of higher education. It embodies one of our top priorities, and a key element of the university's strategic plan, to "improve academic quality and strengthen the core educational experience for students."
The $24 million, nearly 42,000-square-foot facility will welcome its first class of students in fall of 2016. This is the initial phase of a three-phase project. It combines state-of-the-art teaching laboratories, research spaces and instrumentation rooms. It will transform the educational experience of every Carroll student, especially those students pursuing an education in the health and medical science fields.
Week In Review
Week of June 20, 2016
- Exterior: Site concrete walks started on the east, and site landscaping started on the west and south.
- Lower Level: Fabric panel boards and glass marker boards where installed in corridor.
- Level 1: Final paint in corridor continued.
- Level 2: Carpet was installed in both North and South Teaming Areas.
- Mechanical Rooms: Startup of major MEP systems continued.
A Look Ahead
- Exterior: Site concrete and landscaping will continue.
- Lower Level: Final paint and floor base in corridor will be completed.
- Level 1: Punchlist work will continue.
- Level 2: Lab casework installation will be completed.
- Mechanical Rooms: Emergency generator load bank will be completed.
See Project Archives to view time-lapse videos and read weekly project reports.