California State University, Dominguez Hills - Center for Science & Innovation

STEM learning for current and future generations

HGA is designing the new three-story, 91,000-SF Science and Innovation building at California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH) in Carson, California. Construction of the $82 million facility is underway following the project’s groundbreaking on September 28, 2017.

The Science and Innovation building will comprise facilities for CSUDH’s physics, biology and chemistry programs, in addition to a third-floor roof terrace with open collaboration areas and natural work niches throughout. The Science and Innovation building will also house a maker space fabrication laboratory (Fab Lab) on the first floor, which will be supported by outdoor workspaces. The Fab Lab was made possible by a $4 million gift from the Toyota USA Foundation and will be known as the Toyota Center for Innovation in STEM Education.

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Location

Carson, California

Building Type

Academic STEM & Research, Learning Spaces

Size

91,000 SF


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