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Battle Creek Area Math and Science Center

Location:
Battle Creek, Michigan
Size:
64,000 SF
Awards:
AIA Grand Valley Honorable Mention Award (Unbuilt Project) - 2011, IDEAS2 Award for Excellence in Steel-frame Building Design (American Institute of Steel Construction) - 2014
Description:
This renovation of the former Kellogg Cereal City Museum is now home to high school STEM education programs for exceptionally talented students. A new distribution center is also located on the site for the design, manufacture and distribution of science curriculum materials. TowerPinkster’s design used biological science for inspiration. Scientific installations including sustainability monitors tied to building systems, suspended molecular models, interactive technology exhibits, and the students’ solar car project enhance the interior space.

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Location:
Battle Creek, Michigan
Size:
64,000 SF
Awards:
AIA Grand Valley Honorable Mention Award (Unbuilt Project) - 2011, IDEAS2 Award for Excellence in Steel-frame Building Design (American Institute of Steel Construction) - 2014
Description:
This renovation of the former Kellogg Cereal City Museum is now home to high school STEM education programs for exceptionally talented students. A new distribution center is also located on the site for the design, manufacture and distribution of science curriculum materials. TowerPinkster’s design used biological science for inspiration. Scientific installations including sustainability monitors tied to building systems, suspended molecular models, interactive technology exhibits, and the students’ solar car project enhance the interior space.

Download full project report