MIT / Building 46
Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
MIT’s Brain and Cognitive Sciences Complex (Building 46) is the largest neuroscience center in the world. The LEED Silver-certified complex sits on top of an active freight rail corridor and is built around a soaring five-story atrium. Classrooms, offices, conference rooms, wet and dry laboratories, imaging centers, libraries, tearooms, an auditorium, and a five-story atrium. This project, with a floor area of 411,000 square feet, will house three major entities: the McGovern Institute for Brain Research, the Picower Center for Learning and Memory, and the Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences at MIT. PRIMER STX 100 and LEVELINE 15 were installed (Wise Construction).