Location: West Lafayette, IN
Client: Purdue University, West Lafayette
Architect: Ratio Architects, Indianapolis
Cost: $ 53M
The Neil Armstrong Hall of Engineering building is an academic classroom facility comprised of 126,441 square feet for teaching, research, and administrative offices with more than 20,000 sf for research labs, and 60,000 sf for undergraduate teaching facilities. Programs include Aeronautical, Astronautical, Materials, Minority Women in Engineering & Freshman Engineering. The atrium has a replica of Apollo 1 and a bronze sculpture of Neil Armstrong. The building continues to promote Purdue University as a “Cradle of Astronauts”. We provided full MEP services for this new construction.