EBII on Track for Fall 2005 Completion
A designer is helping with the choice of furnishings for the interior of the building. The new facilities will include classrooms, teaching and computer labs, conference rooms, faculty and graduate offices, space for research, a food court, and an office for student organizations. The food court will not be operational by October, but vending machines will be available.
This new state-of-the-art building, with dual atriums and elevated passage bridging the two wings, is positioned at the top of an oval and will provide a ceremonial entrance to the evolving College of Engineering complex on Centennial Campus. Its opening later this year is an appropriate and greatly anticipated milestone as the Department of Computer Science moves forward to face the challenges and opportunities of the 21st century.
Read more about the project on the department's new building page.
- by Irena Rindos (edited by Fay Ward & Ken Tate) -
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