The Physical Sciences Building at the University of Central Florida was designed to provide instruction and laboratory facilities for the Physics and Chemistry departments. The space also supports additional doctoral programs and research efforts consistent with Research I status held by the University. The UCF Physical Sciences building incorporates teaching and “wet” laboratories. The new four-story building is located next BioScience and Engineering III buildings and was designed with green building methodology and achieved Gold LEED certification.
The design and construction was carefully monitored, taking into consideration the need to minimize vibration and electromagnetic emissions which may interfere with the physics research being conducted. This is was two-phase project.