Harvey Mudd College Completes McGregor Computer Science Center and Maker Space

Published 6-28-2021
  • Harvey Mudd College - McGregor Computer Science Center
  • Harvey Mudd College - McGregor Computer Science Center
  • Harvey Mudd College - McGregor Computer Science Center
  • Harvey Mudd College - McGregor Computer Science Center
  • Harvey Mudd College - McGregor Computer Science Center
  • Harvey Mudd College - McGregor Computer Science Center
  • Harvey Mudd College - McGregor Computer Science Center
  • Harvey Mudd College - McGregor Computer Science Center
  • Harvey Mudd College - McGregor Computer Science Center
  • Harvey Mudd College - McGregor Computer Science Center

    Courtesy of Steinberg Hart.

  • Harvey Mudd College - McGregor Computer Science Center

    Courtesy of Steinberg Hart.

  • Harvey Mudd College - McGregor Computer Science Center

    Courtesy of Steinberg Hart.

  • Harvey Mudd College - McGregor Computer Science Center

    Courtesy of Steinberg Hart.

  • Harvey Mudd College - McGregor Computer Science Center

    Courtesy of Steinberg Hart.

  • Harvey Mudd College - McGregor Computer Science Center

    Courtesy of Steinberg Hart.

  • Harvey Mudd College - McGregor Computer Science Center

    Courtesy of Steinberg Hart.

  • Harvey Mudd College - McGregor Computer Science Center

    Courtesy of Steinberg Hart.

  • Harvey Mudd College - McGregor Computer Science Center

    Courtesy of Steinberg Hart.

Harvey Mudd College recently completed the $30 million McGregor Computer Science Center in Claremont, Calif. Designed by Steinberg Hart, the three-story, 36,000-sf facility collocates the department of computer science with a campus-wide maker space to create a vibrant hub for project-based learning. An expansive lobby with integrated study and interaction areas creates a welcoming hub for multidisciplinary discovery. Faculty offices, clinic and project studios, and teaching and research labs are sited on the upper floors to serve the computer science program. At the heart of the building’s first floor, the 12,000-sf maker space provides a large open work area adjoining a lounge for networking and collaboration. A robotics lab, a 3D printer, a welding station, and a laser cutter are available for rapid prototyping and light-to-medium fabrication activities. Wood and metal shops for heavy fabrication are housed in an adjacent renovated structure. DPR Construction was the general contractor for the project, which broke ground in September of 2019.

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Architect
Steinberg Hart
General Contractor
DPR Construction, Inc.