Robert and Beverly Lewis Integrative Science Building [ Integrative Science Complex, Phase 2 ]
Building Image, October 2010, View from Science Green. Rendering courtesy of HDR Architecture, Inc/THA Architecture, Inc.
Current Status
Project Timeline

Groundbreaking: August 2010
Completion: September 2012

Project Summary

Location:  North side of campus, north of Deschutes and Oregon Hall and east of Streisinger Hall, along Franklin Blvd

Size: 107,000 gsf of new construction

Legislative Authorization: 2007 Oregon State Legislature SB-5516-B

Expenditure Limitation: $65,000,000 ($30,000,000 general obligation bonds + $35,000,000 gifts and grants)

Architect: HDR / THA

Construction Manager/General Contractor: Lease Crutcher Lewis

Project Planner(s): Fred Tepfer, Campus Planning and Real Estate, (541) 346-5564
Emily Eng, Campus Planning and Real Estate, (541) 346-5606

Project Manager: Denise Stewart, Facilities Services, (541) 346-2280

Project Description
The Robert and Beverly Lewis Integrative Science Building, the second phase of the Integrative Science Complex, will be a high performance research facility that provides new opportunities for interaction and integration across scientific disciplines. The 107,000 gross square feet facility will connect to other buildings in the Lokey Science Complex and provide expanded facilities for research focused toward understanding brain function, improving human health, developing safe technology and achieving sustainability. The building will include research laboratories, faculty offices, common areas, shared resources, an imaging center that will house an fMRI, facilities to study effects of gene transplantation on behavior, and a neuroinformatics center for data processing and analysis.
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Last Updated: September 9, 2014