C.W. Driver Companies recently completed the $63 million Alton and Lydia Lim Center for Science, Technology and Health at Biola University in La Mirada. The 91,200-square-foot educational center will serve the institution’s fast growing and high-demand science, technology and health programs, and triples the amount of space devoted to these fields at the university.
“We greatly appreciated the experience and professionalism the C.W. Driver team brought to this project,” said Brian Phillips, senior director of facilities management at Biola University. “We were seeking a firm with strong experience constructing science facilities and a deep understanding of the unique needs of higher education clients. C.W. Driver exceeded our expectations.”
Read more about this exciting project in the Orange County Register, Connect Media, Construction Dive, and California Builder & Engineer.