Henry Ford Community College, New Science Center

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project at a glance

Originally built in 1963, the Science Center is one of the original structures on the Henry Ford Community College campus. Due to age and increased usage over time, the building required a significant renovation in order to provide a more modern learning environment for students. In September 2011, Turner completed an extensive, five-month, 47,000 square foot renovation of laboratory and classroom space inside the original facility. In August 2012, Turner completed a 19,000 square foot addition that also features labs and classrooms for added college programs in the life sciences.

The project was designed to incorporate many innovative green features. An exterior rain garden, at ground level, also serves as an outdoor lab as well as improves the quality of storm water runoff.

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