Bridgewater State University – Science & Mathematics Building
Bridgewater State University — Science and Mathematics Building, Bridgewater, MA
Massachusetts Division of Capital Asset Management (DCAM) funded project.
The largest building project in the University’s history.
A high standard of sustainability was met through the use of recycled and locally extracted and manufactured materials, low-VOC building products, low-mercury fluorescent lighting, public transportation access, bike racks storm water collection, solar thermal hot water, natural daylight and a green roof. Pursuing LEED Silver certification.
Minimized disruptions to students and faculty occupying adjacent academic buildings and residence halls and the main quad.
Aggressive scheduling in order to coordinate and synchronize with University’s academic schedule.
Building Informational Modeling was not utilized on this project. However, the project did employ similar 3-D modeling. Program included more than 85 labs, 18 general purpose classrooms, an observatory, a rooftop botanical garden and greenhouse.