St. Vincent College’s Sis and Herman Durpe Science Pavilion was the largest project in the history of the College. With a combined 60,000 sq. ft. of renovation and 45,000 sq. ft. of new space. Chemistry, Biology and Physics teaching labs make up the two floors of space. Premium red oak wood casework, observation and instruction fume hoods, and twenty-five chemical fume hoods were included in the product mix. This building is a symbol of the school’s commitment to science education.
Location: Latrobe, PA
- Project Size: 105,000 sq. ft.
- NEIS Contract: $700,000
- Red Oak Wood Casework
- Fume Hoods
Project Delivery Team:
- Architect: Research Facilities Design
- General Contractor: Jendoco Construction