Freeman French Freeman
Freeman French Freeman along with Ellenzweig designed the new Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Complex for the University of Vermont. The STEM complex is for interdisciplinary science, engineering, technology and mathematics facilities for 21st century classroom teaching and research laboratories, including the latest in technology in a university setting. This multidisciplinary approach includes the program requirements for Chemistry, Physics, Engineering, Mathematics and Statistics, and Psychology in a phased project concept. The complex consists of 3 buildings: a replacement building for Cook Science Building to house classrooms and offices, a new integrated teaching and research laboratory building, and a selectively renovated Votey Hall.