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VCU STEM

VCU’s new STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Building will house lab, classroom and office spaces for the College of Humanities and Sciences. The six story 168,000 square-foot project will be built on the site of the existing Franklin Street Gym. The architects, Quinn Evans and Ballinger, have designed the building to complement the historical context of the surrounding Franklin Street. Demolition of the gym and enablement work on this tight, urban site is currently underway. As part of VCU’s master plan, the building is imagined to be a “Centerpiece for the Monroe Park Campus.”

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