Watch Clark College’s STEM building from ground up

Clark College has formally opened their new STEM Building to the students at their Vancouver, Washington campus. Skanska USA Building, Inc. chose Work Zone Cam to document the construction of the 70,000-square-foot building from January 2015 to August 2016. To celebrate the building’s completion, Work Zone Cam produced a professional time-lapse movie detailing the 19-month construction process in less than 90 seconds.

The new building will serve students in a wide variety of science and technology studies.  The state-of-the-art building will house a cadaver laboratory, 26 instruction spaces, and a 44-foot drop tower for experiments by the engineering and physics students.

The building was designed with sustainability in mind, with the university pursuing the building being given LEED certification.

“Courtesy of Work Zone Cam” 

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