Gonzaga University Breaks Ground on New STEM Facility

September 26, 2019

Gonzaga University has broken ground on its Integrated Science and Engineering Building, an 82,000-square-foot facility that will feature 12 teaching labs, four research labs, classrooms, faculty offices and a collaboration studio. Set to open Fall of 2021, the new learning facility will support Gonzaga’s growing STEM program, connecting to existing science buildings on campus while supporting opportunities for multidisciplinary work and collaboration with industry partners. Designed by SRG in a joint effort with Integrus Architecture out of Spokane, WA, and Research Facilities Design out of San Diego, CA.

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The Spokesman-Review | Gonzaga breaks ground on $56 million science and engineering building
Gonzaga University News | Gonzaga Launches Construction of Transformative Integrated Science and Engineering Facility