With the 2013 fall semester looming, Bowling Green State University needed to renovate an existing organic chemistry lab on campus. The goal was to design a safe, healthy learning environment that integrated the latest technological advancements and facilitated collaborative learning activities.

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Leading the renovation efforts, BHDP created state-of-the-art teaching environments with new equipment and instrumentation to give students more hands-on, project-based learning. Laboratories were equipped with energy-efficient LED lights and viewing windows along the “Science On Display” corridor, as well as glass vision lab hoods with high-efficiency exhaust and airflow systems to accommodate entire classes and new experiments in course curriculum. The space was completed with cabinetwork and storage spaces that maximized available learning area.