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The University of Texas at San Antonio opened the $95 million Science and Engineering Building in August of 2020.
The National Center for Atmospheric Research broke ground in February of 2020 on a $22 million facility in Broomfield, Colo.
Maker spaces, active learning labs, and multidisciplinary collaboration spaces have become essential elements for educational engineering facilities nationwide, as academic institutions respond to the demands of modern industry. In addition to providing the robust infrastructure and fabrication tools engineering students need to develop practical skills, another important element of these space types is an emphasis on teamwork, entrepreneurship, and commercial viability. This means positioning maker and capstone project spaces in close proximity to meeting rooms, support spaces, and team collaboration zones. High-profile maker spaces also serve to help institutions increase industry partnership opportunities as well as student and faculty recruitment.
Texas Tech University opened the $77 million Experimental Sciences Building II in October of 2019 in Lubbock, Texas.
A focused and comprehensive programming process was the cornerstone of planning for a new 380,000-sf, seven-story research building at the Centre for Addiction & Mental Health (CAMH) in Toronto, Canada. The building is part of CAMH’s multi-year, multi-phase redevelopment project, which includes construction of new inpatient and outpatient facilities, an emergency department, administrative facilities, and a new research building.
The University of Arkansas will begin construction in mid-2019 on the $10.3 million Civil Engineering Research and Education Center in Fayetteville.
Texas A&M University opened the $228 million Zachry Engineering Education Complex in September of 2018 in College Station.
The University of Texas at San Antonio broke ground on the $95 million Science and Engineering Building in June of 2017.
Texas State University is building the $120 million Bruce and Gloria Ingram Hall on its San Marcos campus.
The University of Texas at San Antonio is planning to begin construction in early 2018 on the $95 million Science and Engineering Building.