Fairleigh Dickinson Debuts New School of Pharmacy

NEW JERSEY—Fairleigh Dickinson University has completed construction of its new School of Pharmacy in Florham Park. Hollister Construction Services’ Project Manager Douglas Deptula led the Hollister team, overseeing the fit-out of the 21,109-sq.-ft. facility, which was designed by RSC Architects.

Hollister’s interior fit-out transformed existing office space at 230 Park Ave. into classrooms, laboratory, meeting and office spaces. An audio/visual package was also installed and will be managed by Hollister.

Fairleigh Dickinson University’s School of Pharmacy is the first pharmacy school in New Jersey associated with a private university. The inaugural class is comprised of 80 students.

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