University of Nebraska at Kearney Plans Applied STEM Building

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University of Nebraska at Kearney Plans Applied STEM Building

The University of Nebraska at Kearney is planning to construct a $30 million facility to support applied STEM programs. Replacing the existing Otto Olsen Hall, the collaborative 80,000-sf facility will feature labs for engineering, computer sciences, physics, applied science, mechatronics, hydraulics and pneumatics, and virtual design and construction simulation. The project will also include technology-rich classrooms, a full-motion simulator, and an ITEC Testing Center. Occupancy is expected in October of 2019.