Science Complex rendering

Albertus Hall Renovation and Expansion

Science Complex labs get some color

Science complex lab duct work gets a pop of new color


duct work gets new color

Progress at Science Complex

pre-cast on south facade of science complex
Pre-cast is installed on the south facade of the science complex addition

Let’s see inside the Science Complex

The second floor student commons brings in a significant amount of light.

Science complex student common area

The physical connection to Hickey Hall has been made.

Science complex connection to Hickey

Science Complex and newHickey Addition

​​Workers are installing the insulation and exterior curtain-wall system on the science complex.

science complex curtain wall

​​The Hickey addition will be the home for the new chemical storage facility, the emergency control center for the complex fire alarm systems and the roof will act as the observatory for the Physic Department’s telescopes.

Hicken addition contruction

Science Complex – Albertus Renovation

M​etal stud framing has already begun on the lower level and first floor, and the rooms are starting to take shape. Ductwork also runs along the ceilings on these two levels. Teams will work to do the same on the second and third floors.

Science complex 2nd floor duct work

Science Complex

Pumper trucks pump concrete up to the second level of the addition as workers place the second level floor slab.

Science complex concrete pumper trucks

Science complex 2nd floor

The Hickey Hall addition steel has been erected. The second level will provide an observation deck for students and professors to set up telescopes.

Hickey Hall addition

Science Complex Topping off Ceremony

After a brief speaking program and blessing by President Brian Shanley, O.P., the final beam is raised on the Science Complex.

Science Complex topping off blessing

Science Complex topping off beam raising

Science Complex Topping off Ceremony

Members of the PC community are invited to the Providence College Science Complex construction site on Tuesday, Aug. 22 for the traditional topping-off ceremony, during which construction personnel will place the topmost steel beam, marking an important milestone in this multi-year project. The event will take place on the walkway between the Ruane Center for the Humanities and the work site. Gates will open at 11 a.m., at which time community members are invited to sign their names to the beam. A blessing and short speaking program are scheduled for 11:30, after which the beam will be placed.

The addition at Albertus Magnus is moving along

Hickey Hall addition

Iron workers attach cross beams

In just over a day, much of the steel has been erected. Here iron workers attach cross beams and the first floor begins to take shape.

Science complex steel

Foundation walls for the Hickey Hall addition

Foundation walls for the Hickey Hall addition are formed and being poured.

Hickey Hall wall addition

The Science Complex Addition lower level slab is almost ready to be poured. The wire mesh shown will act as reinforcement within the concrete slab.

Hickey Hall addition slab

Waterproofing of the new mechanical room

Waterproofing of the new mechanical room is completed to keep the space water tight until Phase 1B begins this summer.

AlMag Mechanical room

Demo of the old mechanical room and chimney in order to make AlMag’s south wall flush with existing brick.

Demo of chimney and old mechancial room

Mechanical room roof is being prepped

Picture 1- Mechanical room roof is being prepped.  Once the room is water tight, mechanical equipment can be moved in.  Picture 2 – South foundation wall of addition.  The cut outs in the wall indicate lower level windows.

Science complex south wallScience complex south wall windows

South wall of new addition is being formed

Science addition wallScience conduit

Soil nailing on the Science Complex

Soil Nailing

Racks for temporary utility lines have been installed on south wall of Albertus

New mechanical room construction scheduled for the Fall.


Albertus Hall Renovation and Expansion

A great-uncle’s gift provides $1 million to help renovate and expand PC Science Complex.

Science Complex rendering

Work on preparing site for construction of new mechanical room has begun

Workers on south wall are installing racks that will hold temporary utility conduit running to the existing mechanical room until the new mechanical room is built.

Albertus Phase 1 SiteAlbertus South Wall