Williams College’s new science center is finished and already filling up with faculty and students.
Williams College has completed work on a new science building after almost three years of construction. Mike Wood was the senior project manager.
“The overall project is a 78,000-square foot building, five stories tall with a mechanical penthouse above, and it houses the biology, physics, and chemistry departments,” Wood told WAMC.
He estimated the construction costs at around $66 million, part of a $204 million science renewal project on the northern Berkshire County campus. The building is now open and faculty have already moved in.