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Mount Mary University – Gerhardinger Science Center

This three story wing connected to the landmark 1929 Notre Dame Hall creates a new de-facto front door for the University while replacing the building’s dated science education facilities and classrooms. A cyber café, lounges, meeting rooms, student organization offices and technologically advanced and flexible lecture/classroom on the first floor serve the sciences and the University as a whole. Upper floors house the university’s undergraduate science laboratories (instructional and research), easily accessible faculty offices and break out spaces, along with a related lab for occupational and physical therapy. The project followed a Zimmerman-authored master plan and a project Kaleidoscope analysis that was generated by Robert Nalls.

Location: Wauwatosa, Wisconsin

Size: 32,000 s.f.

Services Provided: Architectural Planning and Design, Structural, Mechanical, and Plumbing Engineering, Interior Design, Landscape Architecture

Completion Date(s): 2004

Contractor / Construction Manager: VJS Construction

Doug Barnes, AIA

Doug Barnes, AIA

Vice President | Education & Religious Facilities Studio Director

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