L. Kraig Steffens, Ph.D.
The grand staircase takes shape in the atrium. This is a large multi-story cantilevered stair with radius landings. The railings are steel with wood infill panels and the risers are made of perforated metal. The contractor for this work was the Gilbane Building Company and the Architect was Stubbins Associates, Inc.
Fairfield University formally unveiled the $15 million addition to the Bannow Science Center on October 3, 2002. The 44,000 square foot expansion project added new labs, offices, and observation rooms for biology, chemistry, physics and psychology to the existing building. Image date is approximate.
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L. Kraig Steffens, Ph.D.. "Staircase under construction in the north wing of Bannow Science Center." 2001. Image Archive. Fairfield University Archives and Special Collections. https://digitalcommons.fairfield.edu/image-archive/251.