North Carolina A&T University Constructs Engineering Research & Innovation Center

Published 11-23-2019
  • North Carolina A&T University - Engineering Research & Innovation Center
  • North Carolina A&T University - Engineering Research & Innovation Center
  • North Carolina A&T University - Engineering Research & Innovation Center
  • North Carolina A&T University - Engineering Research & Innovation Center
  • North Carolina A&T University - Engineering Research & Innovation Center
  • North Carolina A&T University - Engineering Research & Innovation Center
  • North Carolina A&T University - Engineering Research & Innovation Center
  • North Carolina A&T University - Engineering Research & Innovation Center

    Courtesy of EYP Architecture & Engineering.

  • North Carolina A&T University - Engineering Research & Innovation Center

    Courtesy of EYP Architecture & Engineering.

  • North Carolina A&T University - Engineering Research & Innovation Center

    Courtesy of EYP Architecture & Engineering.

  • North Carolina A&T University - Engineering Research & Innovation Center

    Courtesy of EYP Architecture & Engineering.

  • North Carolina A&T University - Engineering Research & Innovation Center

    Courtesy of EYP Architecture & Engineering.

  • North Carolina A&T University - Engineering Research & Innovation Center

    Courtesy of EYP Architecture & Engineering.

  • North Carolina A&T University - Engineering Research & Innovation Center

    Courtesy of EYP Architecture & Engineering.

North Carolina A&T State University is constructing the $90 million Engineering Research & Innovation Center in East Greensboro. Designed by EYP Architecture & Engineering to promote experiential learning, the 130,000-sf teaching and research building will accommodate programs including cybersecurity, energy science, and health technology. The four-story interdisciplinary facility will provide wet and dry labs, high-bay areas, studios, classrooms, maker spaces, seminar rooms, offices, and core labs for biomechanics, computer science, and manufacturing systems. Ground was broken on the project in October of 2018 and completion is expected in fall of 2021.

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