The University of Alabama Shelby Hall Interdisciplinary Science Building

The largest on the University’s Tuscaloosa campus, the Shelby Hall Interdisciplinary Science Building has been called one of the principal applied science centers in the southeastern United States. The facility is home to several disciplines, including biosciences, chemical sciences, energy, geosciences, materials science, and transportation. The building contains seventy research laboratories, four teaching laboratories, three lecture halls, and 120 offices, one-third for faculty and staff, with the remaining two-thirds for graduate and post-doctoral students. The interdisciplinary research space is focused on special grant-funded programs, similar to that of an incubator laboratory environment.

This project is the recipient of the Construction Award of Excellence from the ABC Mid Tennessee Chapter, 2004.

Project Data
Tuscaloosa, Alabama 224,000 square feet Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing, Fire Protection HOK

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