The Caudell Hall project will rehabilitate spaces for departments in the School of the Professions at Buffalo State: Hospitality and Tourism, Health, Nutrition and Dietetics, Social Work, and Speech-Language Pathology. The entire three-story section of Caudell Hall will be gutted and renovated.
The first floor will have an expanded lobby, classrooms, and conference room; and state-of-the-art food laboratories for the Hospitality and Tourism Department, including one with a demonstration area opening into the main lobby. The building’s main corridor will be moved to the outside wall, allowing natural light to stream into public areas and the food labs.
Science & Mathematics Complex
SUNY Buffalo State’s new science building boldly asserts the beauty and harmony of science by promoting design excellence and interdisciplinary learning. The state-of-the art facility will boost SUNY Buffalo State’s ability to recruit and retain top students and faculty in its growing science curriculum.
Rather than merely rehabilitate the existing 171,000 sf building, the college undertook a multi-phased expansion project to create a science complex designed for interdisciplinary collaboration—one that consolidates science departments into a single facility, establishing a hub for science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) curriculum.