Science Building Addition and Renovations Lorain County Community College
New Laboratory Sciences Building Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Laboratory for Ocean Sensors and Observing Systems (LOSOS) Eastern Virginia Medical School
Medical Education and Research Building Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Chilled Water Plant Expansion Brown University
Warren Alpert Medical School Building Syracuse University
Life Sciences Building EMD Serono
Sagamore North Building Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research Iowa State University
Coover Hall of Engineering Harvard University
Naito Chemistry and Bauer Laboratory Complex University of Vermont
Jeffords Hall Plant Sciences Building Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Biogeochemistry Research Building Post Office Square
Parking Structure and Park Pavilions Community College of Baltimore County
New STEM Building Michigan State University
Secchia Center for Medical Education Michigan State University
Grand Rapids Research Building University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
School for Marine Science and Technology Research Building EMD Serono
Sagamore South Building Simmons University
Gwen Ifill College of Media, Arts, and Humanities
Community College of Baltimore County New STEM Building
New STEM Building
Community College of Baltimore County
65,000 gsf (addition); 45,000 gsf (renovations)
Ellenzweig provided programming, lab planning, and design for renovations to and expansion of the former library to create a new Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) facility for the School of Math and Science (SOMS) at the Community College of Baltimore County on their Catonsville campus.
The SOMS comprises the disciplines of Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science, Environmental Science, Geography, Geospatial Applications, Physics, and Mathematics. Spaces to be created include 15 laboratories, six lecture rooms, tutoring space, science exhibition space, faculty offices, lounge/meeting spaces, and a planetarium.
The project is targeting LEED Silver certification.
Ellenzweig served as Design Architect and Laboratory Planner in a collaboration with GWWO, Architect of Record.