Flansburgh Architects was selected to design a new 20,000-sf Science and Math Building for Miss Hall’s School that will accommodate the strategic growth envisioned by the school. The new building will contain two state-of-the-art life science labs with separate project space and storage. A new chemistry lab and a new physics lab will round out the science department cluster. It will also include an additional lab for high-tech work in robotics, animation, programming, and three-dimensional printing. Studio spaces for innovative high-tech projects, and expanded work and conference space for the Horizons Program reinforces the school’s commitment to prepare the students for a real life work and social experiences.
|Type||New Science and Math Building|
|Architectural Team||David Croteau, Principal-in-charge; Madeleine Le, Project Architect|
|Consultants||Civil Engineer: Foresight Land Services; Landscape Architect: Brown and Sardina; Structural Engineer: LeMessurier Consultants; MEP-FP Engineer: BALA / TMP; Data/Communication: Edvance|