School’s out for another summer, but at Augustana College in Sioux Falls, campus isn’t what you’d call “quiet”.
Construction is well underway on the new Froiland Science Complex. A drive down 33rd Street is all it takes to see just how big this facility will be. When it’s finished, the 125,000-square-foot building will be the largest and most complex building endeavor in Augustana’s history.
But, that’s just the physical size. The Froiland Science Complex, with renovated classrooms and lab space, cements Augie’s status as a top university for scientific study and research.
Phase I, a 41,000-square-foot addition to Gilbert Science Center at the corner of 33rd and Summit, is expected to wrap up in December 2015. Watch the video for an early tour: