Recent renovations to the Gross Anatomy Lab on the 10th floor of the L Building included new floors, walls, ceilings, ductwork, lighting, sinks, storage, safety equipment, and essential improvements to the interior spaces. A reconfigured layout better accommodates support services such as embalming, administration, waste handling, and storage, and allowed for the creation of a dedicated classroom and prosection room. State-of-the-art lighting and AV were also incorporated into the project.
Students will be able to work at adjustable tables with the aid of enhanced lighting, and teaching faculty can take advantage of ceiling-mounted LCD screens, smart boards, and an automated table—a high-resolution anatomy visualization system providing in essence a 3-D cadaver. The renovations were made possible thanks to a generous gift by Albert and Debbie Rosenthaler.
Project TeamProject Management: Ed Jacques (Campus Planning & Operations)
Contractor: Dmar Construction
Photography: David Keough (BUSM)