Moraine Valley Community College || Bond Projects || Science Hall

Projects: Science Hall

Dr. Vernon O. Crawley Science Hall
Building C

 

The new 100,000-square-foot facility, which opened in August 2009, includes:

  • 5 Biology teaching laboratories and dedicated classrooms

  • 3 Natural Science teaching laboratories and dedicated classrooms

  • 3 Anatomy and Physiology and Biology teaching laboratories and dedicated classrooms

  • A Microbiology teaching laboratory and dedicated classroom

  • 2 Chemistry teaching laboratories and dedicated classrooms

  • An Organic Chemistry teaching laboratory and dedicated classroom

  • A Physics teaching laboratory and dedicated classroom

  • A Hybrid teaching laboratory and classroom

  • Dean's suite

  • Faculty and dedicated Adjunct Faculty offices

  • Group study spaces with computer/Internet access

The new building allows Moraine Valley Community College to:

  • Concentrate science classes in a state-of-the-art building.

  • Provide the latest in instructional technology.

  • Continue to meet the growing needs for students in the health sciences.

The estimated project budget for the building, including equipment, furnishings, and site improvements, is approximately $22.5 million.

 

The Architect/Engineer for the Moraine Business and Conference Center and the Science Hall is Teng & Associates, Inc. of Chicago. Teng has enjoyed more than a 10-year relationship with Moraine Valley Community College. The budget summaries for the two projects are provided by IHC Construction Companies of Elgin. The Construction Manager for all three projects is IHC. The programming architecture is directed by DDA Demonica Delmura Associates, LLC. These new facilities are being completed as part of the $89 million referendum passed in the spring of 2006.

 

Dr. Vernon O. Crawley Science Hall construction photo gallery