Donnelly Science Center

Loyola University • Baltimore, Maryland

A 15,000-SF Classroom and Laboratory Addition

Loyola University’s $12 million, four-story expansion of the Donnelly Science Center added classroom and research laboratories, offices, conference space, a vivarium, a microscopy center, and a robotics laboratory. Mueller Associates provided complete MEP engineering for the project, designed to optimize collaborative and interdisciplinary learning.

Architect

Ayers Saint Gross

Client History

2021: Fernandez Center for Innovation and Collaborative Learning; Shepley Bulfinch
2021: Donnelly Science Center Central Chilled Water-Cooling Plant Upgrades
2020: Covid 19 HVAC Systems Assessment
2015: Knott Hall Renovations; Colimore Architects
2013: Donnelly Science Center Wood/Metal Ugrade HVAC Study and Design
2011: Donnelly Science Center Additions and Renovations; Ayers Saint Gross
2003: Mechanical/Electrical Master Plan
2001: Jenkins Hall Renovations; Colimore Architects
1999: College Center East Student Services Alterations and Additions; Quinn Evans

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  • This expansion and improvement of the Donnelly Science Center gives Loyola the vital space and resources needed to provide the most advanced learning environment possible for all of our students.

    Brian F. Linnane
    President, Loyola University
  • This expansion and improvement of the Donnelly Science Center gives Loyola the vital space and resources needed to provide the most advanced learning environment possible for all of our students.

    Brian F. Linnane
    President, Loyola University