Working with consulting design architects, Payette Associates, and Moseley Architects (architect of record), the College of William and Mary needed to provide the necessary infrastructure to house the chemistry, biology, and psychology departments into an expanded state-of-the-art research and educational facility—the Integrated Sciences Center. The project included reorganizing and renovating existing spaces in Rogers Hall, as well as creating additional laboratory space to support instruction and research activities to accommodate the programmatic changes in Biology and Psychology. This project also included an animal care facility, which is being shared by these departments. Adopting newly established architectural guidelines, the center adheres to design principles of the "ancient" campus.
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