Dartmouth College Breaks Ground on Engineering & Computer Science Building

Published 1-7-2019
  • Dartmouth College - Engineering and Computer Science Expansion
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  • Dartmouth College - Engineering and Computer Science Expansion
  • Dartmouth College - Engineering and Computer Science Expansion
  • Dartmouth College - Engineering and Computer Science Expansion
  • Dartmouth College - Engineering and Computer Science Expansion

    Courtesy of Dartmouth College.

  • Courtesy of Dartmouth College.

    Dartmouth College - Engineering and Computer Science Expansion

  • Dartmouth College - Engineering and Computer Science Expansion

    Courtesy of Dartmouth College.

  • Dartmouth College - Engineering and Computer Science Expansion

    Courtesy of Dartmouth College.

  • Dartmouth College - Engineering and Computer Science Expansion

    Courtesy of Dartmouth College.

Dartmouth College began construction in January of 2019 on a $200 million expansion of its engineering and computer science facilities in Hanover, N.H. Featuring a large central atrium and collaborative design studios, the 160,000-sf building will accommodate the Thayer School of Engineering, the Department of Computer Science, the Magnuson Family Center for Entrepreneurship, and the Dartmouth Electron Microscopy Facility. The interdisciplinary facility will be located on top of a three-story, 340-car underground parking structure. The project was designed by Wilson Architects and is being built by Turner Construction. Occupancy expected in spring of 2021.

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