Construction management at-risk services for the 100,000 square foot facility, which incorporates the space that formerly housed the campus library and its adjoining parking lot. Located in the heart of the campus and built to be aesthetically pleasing as well as functional, the Mathematics and Science Hall features an atrium style lobby, six large general classrooms, 12 laboratories, numerous faculty offices and an abundance of study and support spaces for students.
The Mathematics and Science Hall also houses an enlarged and improved planetarium. With a seating capacity of 72, features of the new planetarium make it possible for faculty to show commercial full-dome digital programs or create programs of their own. New systems and software will also allow CCBC to expand its range of shows for school groups and the general public.
Funded primarily by state and county resources, the new Mathematics and Science Hall is the most energy-efficient building on any of CCBC’s campuses. The facility features a vegetative roof and has received LEED Silver certification.