New Washkewicz College of Engineering Building Opened 2017

In May 2016, construction began on the Washkewicz College of Engineering's new 100,000 square foot, $60 million dollar building on Chester Avenue near E. 24th Street. The new four-story facility features the Parker Hannifin Motion and Control Laboratory and the Dan T. Moore MakerSpace where students can transform their ideas to reality using state-of-the-art technology. The facility also includes multiple flexible research laboratories, teaching laboratories, simulation labs for computer modeling, student collaboration spaces, a large conference room, general classrooms and office space.  The new engineering building opened in December, 2017.  The building opened for classes spring 2018 (east end) and spring 2019 (west end).

Front View of Building

Street View - From Northeast

L1 Final Composite

Street View - From Northwest

Dan T. Moore MakerSpace

Lower Level -
Dan T. Moore MakerSpace 

Student Collaboration Space

First Floor - 
Student Collaboration Space 

New Building Courtyard View

Courtyard View - From Southeast


First Floor Lobby