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The Center for Integrated Sciences North Wing — by the numbers

January 7, 2020
by Melissa Haas

Skidmore College's Center for Integrated Sciences (CIS) is a hub designed to foster unique interdisciplinary connections between and among the sciences, arts, humanities and social sciences. 

Construction of the first phase — the North Wing —  is scheduled for completion in 2020, and the entire project is slated to be finished in 2024.

Here is a look at some of the staggering numbers behind the first phase of this ambitious campus initiative.

 

Center for Integrated Sciences - Noth Wing

58,000
square feet of space
 
58
laboratories and classrooms
21
faculty and staff offices

 

illustration of CIS structure and framework

414
tons of structural steel
 
167
door openings
63,070
bricks

 

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4.9
miles of plumbing pipe
 
838
light fixtures
35,000
square feet of flooring material

 

Illustration of painter and windows

4.2
football fields worth of drywall
 
3,532
square feet of windows
830
gallons of paint, epoxy and sealers

 

illustration of ceiling and piping

2,700
ceiling tiles
 
1.7
miles of sprinkler pipe
3
miles of HVAC pipe

 

illustration of CIS foundation

570
dump trucks of rock removed
 
1,805
cubic yards of concrete poured
236,826
pounds of rebar installed

Please visit the Center for Integrated Sciences website for more information. 

 

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