Hamilton College | Taylor Science Center
North End Campus | Clinton, New York
Hamilton College’s existing science building was built in 1928 and sat on axis in one of Hamilton’s two long central quadrangles. In a major expansion of its science research and teaching facilities, the college undertook a renovation of the original building including a large extension.
The Taylor Science Building converted an out-of-the-way corner of the campus, abutting a deep ravine, to academic use.
Halvorson Design Partnership was selected to work with architects EYP Architects to design the site improvements for the project. After beginning work, the firm was also asked to re-conceive the manner in which the adjacent north end of campus functions and to develop a new gateway to the college.