Wallace State Community College selected Doster to oversee construction of their new 118,000 square foot School of Nursing and Center for Science.
The building consists of four wings connected by a common circulation area; each wing is two stories. The new Center for Science contains 35,800 square feet of state-of-the-art biology, microbiology, and anatomy and physiology learning labs and classrooms, and accommodates development of a biotech program in the future. Students have the benefit of 38,650 square feet of learning space, a 9,800 square foot simulation center, and 7,500 square feet of lecture space.
The simulation center is designed to replicate a hospital environment and contains four ICU, two Pediatric, two Labor and Delivery, and triage/trauma simulation labs in addition to two nursing stations, two debriefing rooms, four fundamentals bed labs and an ambulance portico.
Wallace State Community College
Williams Blackstock Architects