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Gonzaga University John & Joan Bollier Center for Integrated Science & Engineering

Connecting the Campus: Gonzaga’s new Integrated Science and Engineering building connects the university’s STEM schools

The center will welcome in a new energy and vision for science, engineering, computer science, mathematics and neuroscience for the University and Spokane Region.
GU President Thayne M. McCulloh

The Integrated Science and Engineering building is a two-story, 82,000-sf building with classrooms equipped for labs, classrooms and engineering workshops/studios. The project helped connect the other STEM buildings on Gonzaga’s campus. DCI provided structural and civil engineering services for the project. Inside the building you’ll see open spaces and lounges for students, and lots of labs for psychology, math, electrical circuits, student project wet & dry labs, dynamics & vibration lab, and an innovation studio for first year engineering students.

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Spokane, Washington
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Structural, Civil
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Life Science & Laboratory, Higher Education, Sustainable Design
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Concrete, Steel

Project Highlights

  • The building’s skybridge was designed with moment frames for an easy connection to Hughes Hall directly across the street from the new ISE.
  • The roof was designed to support rows of solar panels.
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