West Virginia University Opens Advanced Engineering Research Building

Published 10-23-2015

West Virginia University opened the $43 million Advanced Engineering Research Building in October of 2015 on the Evansdale campus in Morgantown. Housing the Benjamin M. Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources, the 63,000-sf facility provides 22,000 sf of interdisciplinary laboratory and research space and an 8,000-sf cleanroom. Classrooms, offices, and a learning center occupy the remaining 29,000 sf. The Advanced Engineering Research Building was designed Stantec and built by Massaro Corporation. Construction began on the sustainably designed facility in January of 2013.

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