The building contains 36,383 square feet of academic space.
Edison, N.J. — Construction is complete for a new $10 million academic building at Middlesex County College in Edison. David B. Crabiel Hall consists of a two-story, 36,383-square-foot building situated on Blue Colt Drive near one of the college’s main entrances. It contains classroom space, computer labs, administrative offices, a culinary demonstration lab, kitchen facilities and meeting rooms.
The project was designed to achieve LEED-Silver certification. Sustainable features include the recycling of construction waste, the local sourcing of building materials, occupancy and daylight sensors in each room, high-efficiency air conditioning and boiler units, drought-resistant landscaping and waterless urinals.
Hasbrouck Heights, N.J.-based DMR Architects designed the project.
— Coleman Wood