Auburn University Builds Advanced Classroom and Laboratory Complex

Published 4-5-2019
  • Auburn University - Advanced Classroom and Laboratory Complex
  • Auburn University - Advanced Classroom and Laboratory Complex
  • Auburn University - Advanced Classroom and Laboratory Complex
  • Auburn University - Dining Hall
  • Auburn University - Advanced Classroom and Laboratory Complex

    Courtesy of Auburn University.

  • Auburn University - Advanced Classroom and Laboratory Complex

    Courtesy of Auburn University.

  • Auburn University - Advanced Classroom and Laboratory Complex

    Courtesy of Auburn University.

  • Auburn University - Dining Hall

    Courtesy of Auburn University.

Auburn University will break ground in spring of 2109 on the $83 million Advanced Classroom and Laboratory Complex (ACLC) in Auburn, Ala. The facility will provide five lecture halls housing between 100 and 300 seats each, six Engaged Active Student Learning (EASL) rooms, and 20 instructional spaces that can function as classrooms or labs to meet changing programmatic needs. Completion is expected in summer of 2021. Auburn University will also construct an adjacent $26 million, 48,000-sf dining hall. Slated for completion in fall of 2020, the three-story, 800-seat facility will provide six food stations, two commercial dining venues, and four flexible meeting spaces. Construction of both buildings will commence in summer of 2019.