Renderings of the new McCourtney Hall Research Complex at University of Notre Dame are coming to life as Shiel Sexton finalizes installation of exterior masonry work, windows, and slate roofing at the new facility. With the façade in place, this three-story, 220,000 SF building is now 60% complete.
The new quad complex will feature 100,000 SF of open wet lab research and team spaces in the two wings and a central collaborative core for faculty offices and conference rooms. The building will also include cold rooms, a hot room, and space dedicated to NMR in addition to common spaces such as restrooms, a café, formal and informal meeting spaces, and seminar space.
Shiel Sexton continues to work inside the building installing MEP equipment, MEP rough-ins, framing, drywall, and elevators in addition to finalizing the underground construction of a 3,800 lineal foot utility tunnel. Work is currently on schedule for an August 2016 opening.
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