Siskiyou II Science Replacement Building

The Siskiyou II Science Replacement Building project will replace the existing Physical Science Building at the Siskiyou Hall location. The existing Siskiyou Hall will be removed to make room for a four story building which will provide space for laboratories, support space, offices, and classrooms. The intent is to design a building that encourages Science-on-Display, encourages interaction, and connects with the larger campus community. The new building is planned to be approximately 110,000 GSF. Additionally, the project design will allow for pedestrian connectivity from the Campus Core across Warner Street, as well as will preserve the natural characteristics of Big Chico Creek.

 Rendering of Science Replacement Building

Town Hall Presentation

March 2018

Feasibility Study

A feasibility study was completed in February 2017. It can be found here.

Announcements

2018-03 Town Hall Meeting for New Science Building Design Phase.

2017-08 New Science Building - Environmental Review

2017-08 Town Hall Meeting for New Science Building Design Phase.

2017-06 Town Hall Meeting for New Science Building Design Phase.

2016-12 Town Hall Meeting for New Science Building Feasibility Study.