University of Vermont STEM Complex
Aligning UVM and its students, faculty and staff with a new era of STEM programs.
Located in the heart of UVM’s central campus, the STEM Complex consists of two new five-story buildings totaling nearly 200,000 square feet. The project includes a state-of-the-art laboratory building as well as a modern classroom and teaching building to align UVM and its students, faculty and staff with a new era of STEM programs. The complex features 20 state-of-the-art teaching labs, seven media-rich classrooms, faculty labs, and meeting spaces for student and teacher interaction. The buildings interconnect with a third existing building to house the chemistry, physics, engineering, mathematics and statistics and computer science programs.
The construction process employed extensive 3D BIM coordination to streamline the installation of highly complex MEPF systems.
- AGC Construction Risk Partners Build America Award
- AGC of Vermont Best Builders Award
- ENR New England Best Project
- LEED Silver
Square Feet Laboratory and Classroom Space
Square Feet of Complex Demolition
State-of-the-Art Teaching Laboratories
As a flagship STEM facility, our project saw unique challenges and required serious coordination efforts. PC always maintained a team-oriented approach in collaboration with the University, architect, engineers, and all subcontractors involved in the project.