Boomtown

The doors are open to Campus Instructional Facility, Siebel Center for Design, and the Civil and Environmental Engineering Building as students, faculty, and staff bring their disciplines and ideas to state-of-the-art classrooms, research labs, and collaborative spaces. The Talbot Lab Renovation and Sidney Lu Mechanical Engineering Building are close behind, with some some spaces in use while other areas very near completion. Dedications and open houses are on the horizon to celebrate the progress and vision these new additions bring to our campus.

Grainger Engineering 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.

Campus Instructional Facility

The Campus Instructional Facility invites the sharpest minds across campus to teach and learn in state-of-the-art spaces.

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Modernize Civil and Environmental Engineering

Modernize CEE features massive renovation of the Hydrosystems Laboratory and the new Kavita and Lalit Bahl Smart Bridge, connecting the Yeh Student Center and the Hydrosystems Lab.

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Sidney Lu Mechanical Engineering Building

The Sidney Lu Mechanical Engineering Building features new instructional labs, maker spaces, community spaces, and active-learning classrooms.

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Siebel Center for Design

The Siebel Center for Design serves as a human-centered design focal point on campus; bringing together people from all disciplines, cultures, and realities.

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Talbot Laboratory Expansion

The three-story addition to Talbot Lab supports both the Department of Aerospace Engineering and the Department of Nuclear, Plasma and Radiological Engineering with new, state-of-the-art educational spaces and instructional labs.

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