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A combination of renovation and new construction, this new building contains mechanical engineering laboratories and classrooms, all serviced by a complex, technical infrastructure. The project, totaling 126,154 GSF, involved renovating part of the 1920s-vintage Electrical Engineering Building for new mechanical engineering office functions and replacing the remainder of the old building with new construction for mechanical engineering laboratories. Specialized labs allow for advanced environmental engineering, high-temperature, thermal optics, robotics, prototype, and wet chemicals study. Other functions include advising, information and administrative offices, conference rooms, computer labs, distance learning classrooms, electrical vault, electrical/mechanical shop, equipment storage, instrumentation rooms, model shop, instructor-student consulting area, and undergraduate student commons.