The Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) programs at Fredonia have been housed in four different buildings. This changed with the construction of our new Science Center and the renovation of Houghton Hall. The buildings are connected to form a unified complex known as the Fredonia Science Complex.
The Science Complex will be completed in two phases beginning with the construction of the new building followed by the renovation of Houghton Hall. The entire complex will be 188,000 square feet.
The new building is 92,000 square feet and will cost $60M. The Science Center construction broke ground in late summer of 2011 and opened in Fall 2014.
The design for the renovation of Houghton will start in 2014 and construction is anticipated to commence upon the completion of the new building.