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.