From expanding research capabilities in Pullman to adding new classrooms in the Tri‑Cities, WSU is undertaking major construction projects across the system.
The event, hosted at WSU Spokane, will bring together key players in the built environment from the community, industry and academia.
A Washington State University team has developed a unique building system made from low-value construction waste that they hope can reduce waste while creating affordable housing.
PULLMAN, Wash. – Troy Hall was designed by K. Zittle as Washington State University’s original dairy building. Construction began in 1924 and the building opened Dec. 10, 1926.
By Michelle Fredrickson, Voiland College of Engineering & Architecture intern
PULLMAN, Wash. – Energy-saving walls made from trash will be viewed by as many as 30,000 people next month in Washington, D.C., where Washington State University students will present their TrashWall project at the National Sustainable Design Expo.
PORTLAND, Ore. – A conference on building energy-efficient homes, offices, schools and multifamily apartments will be held March 10-11 in Portland, Ore.
Opinion/editorial from the Puget Sound Business Journal
co-written by Anson Fatland, WSU Economic Development
SEATTLE – Imagine a material that allows us to construct new buildings more quickly. Helps to combat climate change. Supports restoration of our forests while also helping revive our local rural economies.