Arthur & Gladys Pancoe NSUHS Life Sciences Pavilion

Project Status

Completed: Spring 2003

Project Description & Statistics

The building committee stated that the simple and primary goal for Northwestern University is to do good science. This project is to provide additional facilities for this to happen. Inherent in the success of this mission is a state-of-the-art animal facility that will provide convenient access to animals for the researches who need it and limit that exposure otherwise.

A 88,000 nsf new research building including research laboratories, faculty offices, vivarium, auditorium and cafe. 4 story building with 1 basement level. Project also includes bridge connections to both Hogan and Materials & Life Sciences and new loading dock adjacent to Hogan. The first phase of construction will build the structure, vivarium, cafe, and laboratory build-out of four floors of the north wing.

Project Cost: $65,000,000 (First Phase)

Project Team

Project Management

Ron Nayler, Associate Vice President for Facilities Management
Bonnie Humphrey, Director of Facilities Management Design and Construction
Quentin Bruhn, Senior Project Manager
Kory Burton, Project Manager

Architect, Engineers & Consultants

Zimmer Gunsul Fransca Partnership (Los Angeles, CA) Architect
Chris P. Stefanos Associates, Inc. (Oak Lawn, IL) Structural Engineer
Bard, Rao + Athanas Consulting Engineers, Inc. (Chicago, IL) MEP Engineer
Terra Engineering, Ltd. (Chicago, IL) Civil Engineer

General Contractor

Walsh Construction Company of Illinois (Chicago, IL)

Pancoe

Contact Information

All questions or complaints should be directed to:

Kory Burton, Project Manager
Northwestern University
Facilities Management Design & Construction
2020 Ridge Avenue, Suite 250
Evanston, IL 60208
Phone: 847-491-3677
Fax: 847-491-3869
kory@northwestern.edu