Clark College’s STEM building is now complete

Inside the STEM Building at Clark College. Image courtesy Clark College.

Skanska USA has officially completed construction of the new STEM building at Clark College.

The $39 million facility broke ground in August of 2014 and, beginning this fall, will serve in partnership with industry and other educational institutions to foster exploration, interactive learning and innovative teaching techniques.

The state-of-the-art building features biology and chemistry classrooms, a cadaver lab, chemical storage rooms and more.

To view images of the building, check out our March ‘New Spaces’ feature.

The 70,000-square-foot facility is LEED Silver Certified. Skanska USA served as general contractor of the project and Vancouver-based LSW Architects was the architect.

“What I’ll remember most about this project is all of the teamwork and collaboration that went into getting to where we are today,” remarked Cory Zonich, project manager for Skanska. “It really is a great accomplishment.”

Clark College will celebrate the new building with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Monday, October 3.

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