The scope of the Gehl-Mulva Science Center involved the demolition and major renovation of, and addition to, the existing 4-story, 50-year-old John Minahan Science Hall on the St. Norbert College campus. The new facility allows St. Norbert faculty and undergraduates to work on the leading edge of science and mathematics.
The facility features 36 laboratories for research and teaching; small-group workrooms and informal collaborative spaces; wind turbines, a solar voltaic panel and other green technologies; a state-of-the-art greenhouse; a science gallery; and displays honoring the scientific contributions of Norbertines.
The Gehl-Mulva Science Center also houses the Medical College of Wisconsin’s (MCW) Green Bay campus. The medical college has classrooms, offices, and some learning laboratories in the new building.