Middle Georgia State University
Natural Science and Nursing Building
The two-story expansion of the Natural Science and Nursing Building will allow one of the fastest-growing programs at the University to accommodate additional students and faculty and will provide maximum flexibility and adaptability.
The expansion includes a chemistry and microbiology lab, an applied physiology lab, two lab prep spaces, shared autoclave, seminar spaces, collaborative learning, building support and connector bridge. The first floor houses the nursing program and building support.
The applied physiology lab is designed to be shared by professors teaching both the Associate and Bachelor of Science nursing programs, with the goals of providing adequate storage for equipment, workspace for students and minimizing the lab prep time between classes.
The chemistry and microbiology labs are also shared spaces equipped to handle both biology and chemistry classes.
Warner Robins, Georgia
Programming, laboratory planning and design, construction documents, construction administration
Lyman Davison Dooley