TCC Science & Math Building

Tulsa Community College

Without a doubt, Tulsa Community College (TCC) is one of the nation’s premier community colleges. TCC’s West Campus alone has grown from 471 students in 1996 to more than 3,000 today. TCC’s Science and Math Building was a much-needed expansion to their rapidly growing West Campus. The new 23,000 square foot two-story structure doubled the number of laboratories on campus, allowing the college to offer more in-demand courses along with adding sorely needed classroom and office space. The project consisted of a tiered lecture room, four classrooms, three science laboratories, a computer lab, a greenhouse, faculty offices, dean’s office, and informal student study/lounge areas. The building systems and materials were selected to match the existing campus for ease of maintenance and longevity, and the architecture incorporates the existing campus style to provide a seamless integration with the existing campus. The project was built within budget ($6.2 million) and met TCC’s schedule.