Rogers Science and Health Building @ Queens University - 56,500 square feet - three stories with a full basement - The James E. and Mary Anne Rogers Health and Science Building provides classrooms, faculty and staff offices, and practicum areas. Special amenities are 100-seat Duke Energy Auditorium, rooftop greenhouse and herbarium, and seven independent research labs.
- Crowder Green Wall features over 12 live, non-invasive plants in the pattern of a DNA strand. The 30-foot by 40-foot "green wall" is intended to help control interior temperature fluctuation.
- Rooftop greenhouse simulates arid and humid environments and features a Plexiglas beehive.
- Trees harvested from the build site now provide hardwood floors on the ground and second levels.
- Seven independent research labs empower students to explore their own individual research in biology, chemistry, and environmental science.