Health Sciences Building Renovations
Remodeling consolidates operations, improves student access, and reinforces institution’s focus on interprofessional education
An 18,000-square-foot renovation of the first floor of Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science’s Health Sciences Building carves out space for two prominent services.
The new Student Welcome Center rapidly transforms from a lounge-like space to a presentation zone for up to 40 people. The DeWitt C. Baldwin Institute for Interprofessional Education serves faculty and staff pursuing interdisciplinary education and research.
- Sliding glass doors offer views into spaces
- Wood wall opens for added storage in Student Welcome Center
- Curving signs allow spaces to be seen from both entries to the building