• Colorado State University Engineering II Building, Fort Collins, CO
  • Colorado State University Engineering II Building, Fort Collins, CO
  • Colorado State University Engineering II Building, Fort Collins, CO
  • Colorado State University Engineering II Building, Fort Collins, CO
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ENGINEERING A SMART, SUSTAINABLE FUTURE THROUGH HIGH-
PERFORMANCE DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
 

Home to five academic departments – chemical and biological engineering, civil and environmental engineering, electrical and computer engineering, mechanical engineering and atmospheric science – the Colorado State University College of Engineering has a clear vision: “to create a better world for future generations.” And when the university decided to build a new engineering building, it was created with that vision in mind. Located in Fort Collins, Colorado, the 122,000-square-foot building, known as “Engineering II,” is a significant presence on the campus, housing classrooms, research facilities and administrative spaces.

 

ARCHITECT
Hord | Coplan | Macht (previously SLATTERPAULL)

Denver, Colorado, USA

 

GLAZING CONTRACTOR
J.R. Butler, Inc.
Denver, Colorado, USA

 

GENERAL CONTRACTOR
Haselden Construction
Centennial, Colorado, USA

 

Photography: ©CJBerg


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