University of Vermont

UVM Architectural and Engineering Services

Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Initiative

Schedule: May 2015 - August 2018
Project Manager: Todd Merchant
Architect: Freeman French Freeman / Ellenzweig

The University of Vermont has identified a Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Initiative as its highest priority facilities need in the Capital Plan for the institution. The existing facilities housing the programs of Chemistry, Physics, Engineering and Mathematics and Statistics are deficient and require upgrades and/or new construction to meet current needs. The new STEM Complex will consist of three buildings: a replacement building for Cook Science Building to house classrooms and offices, a new integrated teaching and research laboratory building, and a selectively renovated Votey Hall.

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