CSUS – Sacramento Science II Teaching Facility – California - Project Profile
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California State University Sacramento (CSUS) is planning to build a science teaching facility in California, the US.
The project involves the construction of a science teaching facility also known as "Science II" with teaching labs for the Biology and Chemistry departments. It includes the construction of modern classrooms, laboratories, amenities, 120-seat planetarium, staff-rooms, student housing units, 8,733m2 observatory and planetarium buildings and parking facilities.
On November 18, 2015, the SSU secured funding approval of US$91 million, of which California State University Board of Trustees will be providing US$71 million and remaining US$20 million will be raised through donor contributions, including naming rights for the building, as well as campus capital reserves for academic facilities.
CO Architects has been appointed as architect, DLR Group as consulting engineering and Sundt Construction, Inc. as general contractor.
Planning activities are underway. Subject to approval, construction is expected to complete in the second quarter of 2019.
The project involves the construction of a science teaching facility in Sacramento, California, the US.
The US$91 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of modern classrooms
2. Construction of laboratories
3. Construction of amenities
4. Construction of 120-seat planetarium
5. Construction of staff-rooms
6. Construction of student housing facilities
7. Construction of 8,733m2 observatory and planetarium buildings