College of Engineering Facilities

ENGINEERING & COMPUTATION BUILDING (ECB)

  • ECB exterior
    Engineering  & Computation Building    (© Ken Graham Photography)
  • ECB Exterior
    Engineering  & Computation Building    (© Ken Graham Photography)
  • Computational Classroom
    Computational Classroom     (© Ken Graham Photography)
  • ECB Seminar Room
    Seminar Room     (© Ken Graham Photography)
  • ECB Atrium
    Atrium     (© Ken Graham Photography)
  • Breakout Room
    Breakout Room     (© Ken Graham Photography)

The Engineering & Computation Building (ECB) was fully renovated in 2016 and houses the College of Engineering’s five modern computational classrooms, Geomatics and Surveying Labs, 3D Printing Lab, Prototyping Center, and Student Machine Shop.

  • Hours and Contact

    Location:

    3310 UAA Drive

    Fall 2019 Building Hours:

    Monday - Friday: 6:30 am - 10:30 pm
    Saturday & Sunday: 12:00 pm - 8:00 pm

    Facilities Manager:

    Kim Riggs
    Office: EIB 118
    Phone: 786-5476
    Cell: 907-229-8943
    Email:  kariggs@alaska.edu

  • Biomechanics, Dynamics, and Controls Lab
  • Environmental Degradation Lab
  • Geomatics Lab
  • Prototyping and 3D Printing Lab
  • Student Machine Shop
  • Student Wood Shop
  • Surveying Lab
  • The Computational Classrooms are equipped with AV technology for instruction and distance education.  Labs are available for student use when class is not in session.
      • ECB 201 Computational Classroom
      • ECB 202 Computational Classroom
      • ECB 203 Computational Classroom
      • ECB 209 Computational Classroom

 


ENGINEERING & INDUSTRY BUILDING (EIB)

  • EIB exterior
    Engineering  & Industry Building    (© Ken Graham Photography)
  • EIB exterior
    Engineering  & Industry Building    (© Ken Graham Photography)
  • materials lab
    Materials Testing Lab    (© Ken Graham Photography) 
  • pavements
    Pavements Lab    (© Ken Graham Photography)
  • power lab
    Power & Utility Lab    (© Ken Graham Photography)
  • high bay
    Student Innovation Center    (© Ken Graham Photography) 
  • fluids
    Fluid Mechanics Lab    (© Ken Graham Photography) 

The Engineering & Industry Building (EIB) is UAA’s newest facility, completed in 2015, and is designed to serve as a living laboratory for College of Engineering faculty and students. The building houses over 20 research and teaching laboratories to support Civil, Electrical, Mechanical, and Computer Science / Systems Engineering as well as state-of-the-art e-Learning classrooms and breakout rooms.

  • Hours and Contact

    Location:

    2900 Spirit Drive

    Fall 2019 Building Hours:

    Monday - Friday: 6:30 am - 10:30 pm
    Saturday & Sunday: 12:00 pm - 8:00 pm 

    Facilities Manager:

    Kim Riggs
    Office: EIB 118
    Phone: 786-5476
    Cell: 907-229-8943
    Email:  kariggs@alaska.edu

  • BP Asset Integrity and Corrosion Lab
  • Construction Materials Lab
  • Ted and Gloria Trueblood Cold Regions Engineering Lab
  • Electrical Engineering Lab
  • Electrical Power and Utility Lab
  • Electromagnetics Lab
  • Engineering Chemistry Lab
  • Environmental Engineeering Lab
  • Fluid Mechanics Lab
  • Geotechnical Engineering and Soil Mechanics Lab
  • Heat and Mass Transfer Lab
  • Materials Testing Lab
  • Microscopy Lab
  • Paul Crews Materials Science Lab
  • Pavements Lab
  • Radio Frequency Lab
  • Robotics Innovation Center
  • Software Engineering and Design Studio
  • Student Innovation Center
  • Structures Testing Lab
  • Thermal Systems Design Lab
  • The e-Learning Classrooms are designed to connect students in remote locations with those in the classroom.  The enhanced technology includes a combination of multiple projections and flat screen displays.
      • EIB 211 e-Learning Classroom
      • EIB 215 e-Learning Classroom
      • EIB 217 Seminar Room
  • The Computational Classroom in EIB 401 is equipped with AV technology for instruction and distance education.  The lab is available for student use when class is not in session.
  • The Open Computer Lab in EIB 202 has 24 workstations, a managed print station, and is available for student use all day.
  • The Breakout Rooms are designed for small group discussion and study sessions. 
    Click here to reserve a room.
      • BP Breakout Room (EIB 203)
      • Bart & Sandy Quimby Breakout Room (EIB 205)
      • Breakout Room C (EIB 207)
      • Breakout Room D (EIB 209)
  • Mixsell-Piccard Learning and Collaboration Center
  • EIB Solarium
  • Conference Room

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