Pedestrians can walk across Bardeen Quad again. Just below, a geothermal heating and cooling system helps the nearby Campus Instructional Facility light the night. The sounds of construction begin to wane as CIF joins Talbot Renovation, Civil and Environmental Engineering Building (CEEB), and Sidney Lu Mechanical Engineering Building in approaching a summer rollout. The Siebel Center for Design building also nears its estimated spring completion. Progress is all around.
Grainger Engineering’s faculty are fearless in their approach to teaching and research. They’re rigorous. They’re always in search of a better way. And they’re dedicated to helping students follow their own curiosity and passion. Five forward-looking construction projects will give them the infrastructure and space they need to succeed.
“When you’re kicking up this much dust, you’re making serious progress and creating great new opportunities. There’s currently just under $200 million in construction and improvements underway at The Grainger College of Engineering. The impact of these new facilities is going to be tremendous.”
—Dean Rashid Bashir, The Grainger College of Engineering