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Science Research Building for Oklahoma State University's Henry Bellmon Center

The OSU Henry Bellmon Research Center provides cutting edge, flexible laboratory space and enables interdisciplinary research among the physical and biological sciences. The facility, consisting of 125,000 square feet and 30,000 renovated square feet is Phase I of a three-phase research complex that will form a science zone, as envisioned in the school’s campus master plan. The completed building is a mixture of unassigned and occupied lab space. Thematic areas are defined for the new labs, including spaces for synthetic chemistry, biodiversity, biotechnology, sensors, photonics and biophysics.

“The design of a complex science building requires close cooperation between the scientist users and the architects. Working with the REES Cannon team has been tremendous. Their involvement in the details of the project, working closely with OSU scientists, has been a wonderful example of close teamwork with all of the team members having the same goal in mind. The experience has been very satisfying.” - Stephen McKeever, Vice President of Research and Technology Transfer, Oklahoma State University


Awards: 

Excellence In Construction Award, Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc., 2011



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