Physical and Earth Sciences

Physical and earth sciences facilities focus on the education and research associated with core subjects such as of geology, physics, astronomy, chemistry, meteorology, and environmental science. Clark & Enersen has worked with multiple public and private institutions across the country to develop buildings that enhance the process of diving into these important core areas of the natural world.

We understand the unique challenges of combining industrial environments, high-tech laboratories, and active learning into a single facility. Our full-service team of laboratory planners, architects, and engineers use an integrated approach to create holistic physical and earth sciences facilities that further the study of these important fields.

South Dakota Mines, Mineral Industries Building

South Dakota State University, Avera Health and Science Center

University of Missouri, International Institute for Nano and Molecular Medicine

Johnson County, Sunset Drive Office Building Water Quality Laboratory

Southeast Missouri State University, Magill Hall Addition and Renovation

South Dakota State University, Seed Technology Laboratory

Columbia College, Brouder Science Center

University of Missouri-Kansas City, Health Sciences Building

Wayne State College, Carhart Science Building HVAC Replacement, Renovation, and Addition

Kansas State University, Durland Hall Chemical Engineering Renovation

Colorado Mesa University, Wubben Hall Renovation and Addition

Clarke University, Center for Science Inquiry

University of Nebraska-Lincoln, College of Engineering Master Plan

University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Hamilton Hall Chemistry Laboratory Renovation

University of Nebraska at Kearney, Bruner Hall of Science Addition and Renovation

Missouri University of Science & Technology, Schrenk Hall

Missouri University of Science & Technology, Bertelsmeyer Hall

Nebraska Wesleyan University, Duane W. Acklie Hall of Science

City of Olathe, Environmental Laboratory