Biola University’s new Alton and Lydia Lim Center for Science, Technology and Health building provides 91,200 SF of state-of-the-art educational space serving 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. The building is comprised of four floors with learning space in, around and on top of the building, the lower level is home to the nursing program and vibration sensitive labs. The first floor is dedicated to anatomy and biology, the second floor to biology and physics and the third floor to chemistry. To maximize space and complement the university’s developing botany program, the top of the building features solar photovoltaic arrays, a rooftop observatory, and an on-site greenhouse. The project achieved LEED® Silver certification.
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