Guam – The UOG College of Natural and Applied Sciences cut the ribbon on its renovated Science Building Facilities this morning.
Approximately $1,425,000 in ARRA funded renovations have been completed on various projects at the Science building all of which have enhanced the student learning environment.
[ChemsitryLab: Lt. Governor Ray Tenorio along with UOG administrators, members of the Board of Regents, science faculty and science majors celebrated the opening of the new chemistry labs in the Science Building. Picture from left kneeling are: Allen Soriano and Kathreen Yanit;
second row from left: P Sonny Ada, April Cascasan, Rebecca Kim, Lt. Governor Tenorio, chemistry professor Maika Vuki, and chemistry professor
Narayana Balakrishnan; back row from left Lee Yudin, dean of the College of Natural and Applied Sciences, Board of Regent member Marcos Fong, Frank Kang, Alyssa Bryce, Steve Pillman, Naomi Leon Guerrero, and UOG Senior Vice President Helen Whippy.]
The Chemistry Laboratories (Chemistry lab 1 & 2)
Renovate and modernize labs, lab benches, fixtures, lighting, floor tiles, shelves and cabinets, etc.
Installation of new electrical panels, wirings, etc.
Repair of structural and associated finish work:
Repairs cracks, leaks, elastomeric roof coatings
A/C condensing Unit:
Replace a/c condensing unit and Air Handling Unit (AHU)
Renovate restrooms (1st & 2nd floors)
Classroom access keys:
Key control keys
Chemical Storage Rooms:
Renovate and upgrade lighting, air-conditioning, racks, etc.
Desk chairs, lab tables, stools, instructor chairs and desks
Scientific and classroom equipment/instruments
Atomic Absorption Unit, 640 MidIR Instrument
Renovated Lecture room 101
Renovated are the floor tiles, ceiling tiles, back-up split air-conditioning, door replacements, etc.