Chapman’s State-of-the-Art Engineering Facility Now Complete
C.W. Driver Companies has announced the completion of the three-story Swenson Family Hall of Engineering at Chapman University in Orange, CA. The 31,000 square foot build-out within the existing Keck Center for Science and Engineering, includes innovations that engage students to help solve global challenges and build for the future.
“We were honored to partner with Chapman University in constructing both a beautiful and highly functional hall for its newest academic program, the Fowler School of Engineering,” said Aimee Siemianowski, project executive at C.W. Driver Companies. “Our long history with Chapman University enabled us to deliver a cutting-edge facility designed to foster collaboration and blur the lines between teaching and education.”
In addition to the 150,000 square foot Keck Center, C.W. Driver Companies has been involved with several other facilities at Chapman, including the Harry and Diane Rinker Health Science Campus, The Lastinger Tennis Center and the transformation of Argyros Forum into a student union.
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