In the sciences, and all across campus, Marksmen learn the value of collaboration. Every member of a team, whether it be on the playing field or in the laboratory, is expected to do their part to move the group forward. The team that led the Science Center Project is no different.
“We have been incredibly fortunate to have an outstanding team leading the Science Center project,” said David W. Dini, Eugene McDermott Headmaster. “From the beginning of our planning more than five years ago, Trustees, faculty, and our professional staff have joined forces with an exceptional team of architects, planners, contractors, and other service providers to ensure that the new Winn Science Center and renovated McDermott-Green Science Building not only meet but exceed our aspirations for the future.”
The St. Mark’s community is filled with experts and leaders in industries from construction and engineering to finance and project management. These individuals have proved invaluable during the multi-year Science Center Project, giving their resources and energy to address the thousands of decisions and details that went into this endeavor. It is nearly impossible to place a value on the untold hours invested by community volunteers.
In 2014, as momentum began building for a new science facility, the Board of Trustees formed the Architecture and Construction Committee. Led by Trustees Jon Mosle ’79 and David Campbell ’86, this group selected and then partnered with Robert A.M. Stern Architects, Hera Labs, The Beck Group, and other companies to design the Winn Science Center and plan for its construction.