Integrated Science Center

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Integrated Science Center
General information
Type Academic
Architectural style Georgian
Location Williamsburg, Virginia
Address Landrum Drive
Current tenants Biology, Chemistry and Psychology Departments
Construction started December 2005
Completed January 2008
Cost US$42.3 million
Owner The College of William & Mary
Technical details
Floor area 120,930 sq ft (11,235 m2)
Design and construction
Architecture firm Moseley Architects; Pavette Architects

The Integrated Science Center (ISC) is a science building located at The College of William & Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia, United States. The ISC houses the school’s undergraduate and graduate biology, chemistry and psychology programs. Five separate instrument rooms are provided in the three-story building for spectroscopy, GC-MS, polymer, X-ray, and specialty instrumentation.

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