Ventrol Featured Project

The new $82 million instructional science facility at University of Wisconsin-La Crosse will include two phases of construction on the campus with a total of 337,000 square feet when it is completed in the summer of 2018. Phase I will design and construct a new 189,000 GSF building sited on an existing surface parking lot located immediately north of the existing campus science building. This new science facility will include spaces that typically requires a higher level of infrastructure than a standard academic building.  Phase II of the project will demolish the existing Cowley Hall and construct a 148,000 SF structure.
 
Upon completion of the two-phased building project, the University will have a distinctive new home for science instruction and include the departments of Biology, Chemistry, Geography/Earth Science, Mathematics, Microbiology, Physics, River Studies and the offices of the Dean of the College of Science and Health.
 
Nine Ventrol units will be part of Phase I of the project: 5 custom air handlers with a total of 274,000 CFM and 4 energy recovery units. The energy recovery units will have stainless steel construction.