OSU: Linus Pauling Science Center

The Linus Pauling Institute is named after Linus Pauling, one of the well-known American scientists from Portland, OR.  In 1975 he co-founded the Linus Pauling Institute to carry out research in enhancing health and preventing disease. Due to his death, the Institute moved to OSU in 1995.

A new 105,000sf, 5-story, LPI building was built and it operates as one of the University’s Research Centers and Institutes. It contains classroom and laboratory spaces for chemistry, biology, and life sciences. It is the largest academic building on the campus.

Location: Corvallis, OR

Owner: Oregon State University

Client: Systems West Engineers

Architect: ZGF Architects

Total Project Cost: $62.5M

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