San Diego State University dedicated the $95 million Engineering and Interdisciplinary Sciences Complex in January of 2018. Designed by AC Martin Architects to promote interaction and collaboration, the 85,000-sf project provides 11,500 sf of instructional space and 17 multidisciplinary labs with advanced instrumentation. The five-story facility features a nanofabrication suite, a creative design center, and an entrepreneurship hub. The project team included general contractor Clark Construction and Research Facilities Design (RFD) as laboratory programming and design consultant. LEED certification will be sought for the complex. Ground was broken on the project in November of 2015.