Kimmel Bogrette worked with Delaware Valley College and IMC Construction to design and build a new, $15 million Life Sciences Center that is now a signature, state-of-the-art academic center on the College’s Doylestown campus. The Center is providing the latest educational technologies and laboratory equipment to support the College’s Sciences programs. Spaces in the new Center include laboratories and classrooms, a 16-seat conference room, an atrium for gathering and studying, and a 450-seat auditorium. The Center is sited prominently on the campus green and is easily seen from the main road passing the campus. The College felt strongly about incorporating the latest in green technologies and innovations into the construction of the building, guided by LEED standards, and used the building’s construction process as a learning tool for students, especially those in the Landscape Architecture and Business programs. The building was completed in January 2014, ahead of schedule.