About Yale Science Building

  • Architect's Rendering of Yale Science Building 
  • J.W. Gibbs Laboratory. Photo Credit: Fly On The Wall Productions 
  • Demolition of J.W. Gibbs Laboratory begins February 2017. 
  • Demolition of J.W. Gibbs Laboratory March 20, 2017 
  • Demolition of J.W. Gibbs Laboratory April 11, 2017 

The Yale Science Building project is a major construction project that will provide new research and teaching space on Science Hill. The project will demolish J.W. Gibbs Laboratory and replace it with a new 240,000 gross square foot laboratory building. In addition to the new building, the project will renovate program space beneath the Science Hill Plaza, and provide a new Plaza Pavilion which will act as a central social and gathering space on Science Hill.  

For more information about the Yale Science Building project, see the feature in Yale News:  “Yale Science Building arrives at a transformative moment for biology and beyond.”