Gonzaga University opened the $50 million Bollier Family Center for Integrated Science and Engineering in spring of 2022 in Spokane, Wash. Designed by SRG Partnership and Integrus with Research Facilities Design (RFD) as laboratory design consultant, the 82,679-sf building is physically connected to the PACCAR Center for Applied Science and Hughes Hall to create a campus nexus for STEM education. Leveraging extensive internal and external glazing to put science on display, the collaborative structure provides teaching and research labs for engineering, chemistry, biochemistry, environmental biology, advanced computing, optics, circuits, and electronics. Featuring a high-bay space for the testing of construction materials, the multidisciplinary facility also includes an innovation studio, faculty offices, student project areas, a conference room, and an inspiring terrace. The project team included MW Engineers and DCI Engineers. Walker Construction began work on the center in fall of 2019.