Discovery Starts Here
The Richard Weeks Hall of Engineering is the School of Engineering's new interdisciplinary facility designed to anchor the School of Engineering on the Busch campus and serve as a gateway for the engineering community, industry partners, and the public. The new building will feature collaborative work spaces, smart classrooms, living laboratories, and dedicated student space. Weeks Hall is named in honor of 1950 alumnus, Richard N. Weeks, who chairs Weeks Marine, one of the leading marine construction, dredging and tunneling firms in the United States and Canada.
A Home to Innovation... A Pathway to the Future
Weeks Hall of Engineering is designed to bring together students, faculty, and industry to pursue new solutions and technologies in the areas of sustainability, energy, and advanced manufacturing. The 100,000-square-foot facility will create a modern learning environment featuring flexible learning laboratories for advanced manufacturing and sustainable resources and systems, smart classrooms, collaborative work space, dedicated student space, and advanced technology integration. View video and renderings →
A Blueprint for Giving
Spaces in the new building may be named by individuals and industry partners. Find out more →