Colorado School of Mines | General Research Labs and Geologyl Museum

  • $8.5M
  • 56,040 SF
  • 2002

The Laboratory Building at the Colorado School of Mines provides flexible, unprogrammed laboratory space and a new geological museum. The lab space is shelled, and will be finished out as academics and researchers are brought to the campus to join the CSM faculty.

It is programmed to be capable of accommodating a broad range of lab uses in the future, from wet labs, to electronic dry labs, to high bay labs. Lab services (fume hood exhaust, lab gas supply, purified water, piping system infrastructure, etc.) are stubbed at appropriate levels, to be tapped into as required by future occupants.

The location of the site represents a physical gateway and transition between the campus and the City of Golden. Much care has been taken in developing elevations appropriate to the campus and surrounding neighborhood. The building keeps with the existing campus palette of materials including buff-colored masonry and red standing seam metal roofs.

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