UVM Architectural and Engineering Services

Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Initiative

Project Manager: Robert Vaughan
Architect: 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, Mathematics and Statistics, and Psychology encompass approximately 300,000 gross square feet (GSF), are deficient and require upgrades and/or new construction to meet current needs.  It is the intent of the University to construct a modern laboratory facility to accommodate the teaching and research needs of these programs, and to renovate two existing facilities (Cook Physical Science Building and Votey Hall) to fully meet the STEM program requirements.

Last modified March 27 2014 09:43 AM

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