Building History with a Modern Touch: Yale University's School of Medicine Extension

June 29, 2006
Publication: Structural Engineer

The $12 million extension of the Yale University School of Medicine's Sterling Hall of Medicine's B-Wing, located between the existing B-Wing and the Laboratory of Epidemiology and Public Health (LEPH), filled a gap in a crescent-shaped frontage of Yale School of Medicine buildings that face a major traffic artery in New Haven, Conn. The project's architect, Payette Associates, Inc., was charged with placing a state-of-the art medical research facility in the garb of a 1920s building at this highly-visible location, and designing the building to look as if it had always been there.

Services: Structural Design