Work on the new engineering complex continues to progress with crews now putting in the exterior walls. Check out photos from the construction project below.
The two wings, or “legs” of the building reach higher—the future home of the expanded freshman workshop and college administration offices.
Wall panels start to fill in the structure of the new building in February 2020.
The new building creates layers of atmosphere for the engineering campus.
View of the Administrative Leg of the building getting its walls in place.
View looking through the atrium of the New Engineering Complex.
View of the crane in the center of the building.
The nuclear lab spaces needed special attention! Utilities serving the building, but passing through their lab space required these zig zags! They needed to create these turns in pipes so protons couldn’t get into the pipe and follow it outside of the safe lab zones!
The building’s eventual majestic heights are evident as its frame towers over the Tickle building footbridge.