Jerome L. Greene Science Center
The largest academic building ever constructed by Columbia University, the Jerome L. Greene Science Center - designed by Renzo Piano Building Workshop as design architect and Davis Brody Bond as executive architect - provides 450,000 square feet of space for the distinguished neuroscience researchers of Columbia University’s Mortimer B. Zuckerman Mind Brain Behavior Institute. Established in 2012, the Zuckerman Institute is Columbia University’s comprehensive center for interdisciplinary and collaborative research in brain science. In addition, the building offers several programming spaces and amenities available to the community on the ground level including the Wellness Center, Education Lab, and retail spaces. For more information, visit the Columbia University's Neighbors website or download the architectural fact sheet.
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Slide 1: The Community Education Lab. Photo by Frank Oudeman.
Slide 2: The Brain Index display in the lobby. Photo by Frank Oudeman.
Slide 3: Photo by Frank Oudeman.
Slide 4: Photo by Frank Oudeman.
About the Project
Architect: Renzo Piano Building Workshop and Davis Body Bond
Completion Date: 2016
Square Footage: 450,000
- LEED Gold Certification
- Grand Award from the American Council of Engineering Companies (one of 16 Grand Award winners nationwide in 2017)
- Diamond Award from the American Council of Engineering Companies New York (the highest award given in individual categories)
- Silver Award from the American Council of Engineering Companies New York
- Best Project from ENR New York
- Best Academic Research Project Award from the Greater New York Construction User Council