New Home for NVCC’s Center for Health Sciences

| February 3, 2016

NVCC health sciences lobby / rendering by Moser Pilon Nelson Architects

Waterbury, CT – Founders Hall will serve as the new home for the Naugatuck Valley Community College’s Center for Health Sciences. This $44 million project includes over 85,000sf of comprehensive renovations and additions to the former NVCC engineering building to create a new facility designed to house a variety of health sciences programs — all under one roof.

The architect for the project is Moser Pilon Nelson of Wethersfield, in association with RCG Architects of Baltimore, Md. The construction manager is The Morganti Group, Inc., and the construction administrator is A/Z Corporation.

NVCC Multi Purpose Room//Rendering by Moser Pilon Nelson Architects

NVCC multipurpose room / rendering by Moser Pilon Nelson Architects

The facility will feature specialized programs for nursing, emergency medical technician, diagnostic imaging, physical therapy, surgical technician, respiratory therapy, and home care, and will include patient simulator labs, classrooms, faculty and administrative offices, computer labs, student study areas, a collaborative learning classroom, a lecture hall, and a multipurpose room seating over 300 people.

The new building will serve nursing students from Western Connecticut State University and the University of Connecticut-Waterbury campus as well as NVCC students.

Construction is under way and is targeted for completion in 2017.  


NVCC’s President Daisy Cocco De Filippis, Ph.D. stated “This is a significant moment as the promise of a better tomorrow for our students shines brightly and concretely before us.  The NVCC Center for Health Services will bring a sense of powerful completion to the east end of our Waterbury campus.  NVCC’s Allied Health programs are outstanding and deserve the additional support and better space that the new building will provide. The support of Governor Malloy and our legislative delegation signifies faith in the good work we do at the College and the importance of allied health careers to our state and service region.”


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