Chevron Science Center (4th Floor)

Chevron Science Center Organic Chemistry Teaching Labs & Classrooms

©R3A / Ed Massery Photography

Construction Cost: $4.5 Million
Completion Date: 2009
Gross Area: 8,667 SF

R3A recently finished the complete renovation of the 4th floor of Chevron Science Center at the University of Pittsburgh. The laboratories were designed for the Organic Chemistry department and included selective demolition of existing 4th floor teaching labs and support spaces, asbestos abatement, demolition of existing mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems and tying all new systems into existing risers.

The Laboratories consisted of 5 new teaching lab modules receiving new fume hoods, teaching hood, casework, ceilings, walls, doors, finishes and support teaching technology. Supporting the lab modules is a Recitation Room, Instrumentation room, Supply room, Solvent Storage room, new IDF facilities.

The Existing Use Group was reclassified from a ‘B’ to an 'H-2 Use'.