PULLMAN, Wash. – Groundbreaking on a clean technology laboratory at Washington State University will be 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 5, at 2001 E. Grimes Way, the intersection of Grimes and Quad Services Road (the southern part of Lincoln Drive on campus and Google maps). Completion is scheduled for October 2015.
Please RSVP here.
The 96,000-square-foot building will provide cutting-edge research and teaching facilities to meet the state’s high-demand priorities in clean technology. Engineering researchers and interdisciplinary partners will collaborate to solve important global and environmental challenges in energy efficient design and infrastructure, air and water quality and climate change.
WSU regents, President Elson S. Floyd, and College of Engineering and Architecture Dean Candis Claiborn will participate in the groundbreaking.
Parking will be available at the Lewis Alumni Centre (enter off of Grimes Way).
The building is being designed and constructed by LMN Architects and Skanska.
For more information, contact email@example.com or 877-978-3868.
Tina Hilding, WSU College of Engineering and Architecture communications, 509-335-5095, firstname.lastname@example.org