The Health Science Center

Bay Path College Groundbreaking Ceremony

On November 15, the University began construction on our state-of-the-art Center for Graduate Studies in Health Sciences.

On eleven acres in East Longmeadow's Industrial Park, right across the street from the Hasbro world headquarters, the 58,000 square foot building will house graduate classes for our occupational therapy and physician assistant programs.


BUILDING FAST FACTS
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Address: One Denslow Road, East Longmeadow, MA

Size of Parcel: 11 acres

Number of Parking Spaces: 315 

Total Building Square feet: 58,000

Elevation: two-story, slab on grade - Click here to download Elevation renderings

Estimated Total Project Cost: $15.2 million

Estimated Project Completion Date: Spring 2015 

Building Program First Floor:
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one physician assistant lab with 12 patient exam stations

two large (1,500 sf) general purpose classrooms (including latest classrooms technology and furniture design)

six group study rooms (for project based assignments)

11 private faculty/staff offices

two conference rooms (with latest video conferencing capabilities)

10,000 square feet of unfinished space for future programs

large common area for student gathering, study and informal meetings

small café style food service area

Building Program Second Floor

five occupational therapy labs including a fully functional model apartment (other labs focus on pediatrics and physical disabilities)

five large (1,500 sf) general purpose classrooms (including latest classrooms technology and furniture design)

two study areas for semi-private group work

13 private faculty/staff offices

one suite with up to five work stations for field work coordinators

self-service kitchen area for students

large common area for student gathering, study and informal meetings

Project Team:
Architect: Ben Schenkelberg of Springfield, MA and Green Bay, WI
Site Engineer: Rob Levesque of R Levesque Associates, Inc, Westfield, MA
Developer: Michael Crowley of MFC Systems, Inc, Wilbraham, MA
General Contractor: Seth Crocker, Crocker Builders of Springfield, MA