Immaculata University – New Parsons Science Pavilion

Immaculata University moves forward with the design of the new Parsons Science Pavilion.  Crabtree, Rohrbaugh & Associates is proud to partner with the University for the design of this new 15,000 SF + new building.  The Science Center will have 7 wet labs, 1 computer lab, offices and a unique collaboration space. The building will provide additional spaces for cutting-edge research-based courses for all students and foster collaboration between faculty and students in all science and health care related disciplines.  Some of the key lab spaces are as follows:

  • Biology Lab – General
  • Biology Lab – Environmental and Ecology
  • Anatomy and Physiology Lab
  • Chemistry – General
  • Chemistry Lab – Majors
  • Chemistry Lab – Physical, Analytical, Instrumental, Forensic
  • Organics Lab
  • Collaboration Zone

The new science center will have a state-of-the-art Anatomage Table that enables users to visualize the human body virtually through a fully segmented real human 3D anatomy.  Anatomy is presented as a fully interactive, life sized touch screen experience.  It will also  have a PCR/DNA Amplifier machine that is used to amplify segments of DNA via the Polymerase Chain Reaction and a Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectrometer which is used to image the anatomy and the physiological processes of the human body.

The new Science Pavilion is budgeted at $5.4 Million and is anticipated to be completed in August of 2022.

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