Engineering Departments

Signature Engineering Building

A bird’s eye view photograph of our new Signature Engineering Building taken by Chris Morrell, a doctoral student in the Bradley Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, via a hobby unmanned aircraft.
This 14,000-pound Rolls Royce Trent 1000 jet engine hangs in mid-air
This 14,000-pound Rolls Royce Trent 1000 jet engine hangs in mid-air 15 feet above the ground.
Students walk through rain garden in front of the Signature Engineering Building
Students walk through a rain garden in front of the Signature Engineering Building.
A group of workers reassemble a wind tunnel that was housed in Randolph Hall
Starting in June, faculty, staff and students moved into the building, filling in new labs, offices, and classrooms.
Robots from the Terrestrial Robotics Engineering and Control (TREC) Lab moved in
Not only did faculty move into the building during summer, so did our robots from the Terrestrial Robotics Engineering and Control (TREC) Lab.
Terrestrial Robotics Engineering and Control (TREC) Lab robots on display.
Robots from the Terrestrial Robotics Engineering and Control (TREC) Lab are on display for passersby to view.
8 classrooms, including a 300-seat auditorium, for use buy the entire university
The Signature Engineering Building has eight classrooms, including a 300-seat auditorium.
Throughout the building are 40 instructional and research labs.
The building includes 40 labs for the Departments of Aerospace and Ocean Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Engineering Education, and Mechanical Engineering.
This capsule of conference rooms and labs is the heart of the building.
The atrium of the Signature Engineering Building offers stunning displays overhead, a jet engine and a two-story "capsule."