New Brunswick, N.J. – It is challenging enough to build two state-of-the-art medical education buildings, but the challenge is even more formidable when the project site is clipped by elevated railroad tracks. This is the problem Rutgers University had to overcome to build its new College of Nursing and Institute for Health Buildings here.
The two gray-and-red structures are on a rectangular 0.95-acre parcel of land, its northwest corner cut off by an Amtrak and New Jersey Transit elevated rail line. The buildings, at 110 Paterson Street, face each other in a north-south orientation with a shared courtyard. To read more about Cerami & Associates’ involvement in this project, fill out the form below.To download the full article please fill in your details below. After the form is submitted you will be redirected to the full article.