Bowling Green State University | Bowling Green, Ohio
Historic & modern meet
With a restored exterior and remodeled interior
Can be rearranged for different space functions
LEED Gold certification
With a projected 26% energy cost savings
Modern sciences in a historic building
Bowling Green State University reinvented Moseley Hall, the campus’s original science building, for new generations of students and scientists. The University restored Moseley Hall’s historic exterior, while gutting and remodeling the interior. The 43,000 SF building now houses laboratories and classrooms for chemistry, biology, medical laboratory science, forensics, and geology.
Moseley Hall’s flexible design supports dynamic instruction and changing technologies. It incorporates super-flex labs, which can be rearranged for different instructional approaches and space functions.
The building’s sustainable design earned LEED Gold certification. Energy efficiency was a priority, and the KE team implemented energy-saving strategies for the laboratory exhaust systems and the lighting systems.