Sitting at the northeast corner of WashU's Danforth Campus for the McKelvey School of Engineering, new research laboratories and specialized facilities support the school's intellectual vision and plans.
Since 2000, WashU, the McKelvey School of Engineering and several generous donors have invested more than $250 million in new and renovated engineering space. With about half of the new engineering complex complete, the school plans to build another 350,000 square feet of space distributed through two or three new buildings.
Our newest buildings include Jubel Hall for Department of Mechanical Engineering & Materials Science and James M. McKelvey, Sr. Hall. McKelvey Hall, located south of Preston M. Green Hall. McKelvey Hall houses the Department of Computer Science & Engineering and supports Washington University’s data science efforts.
Green Hall is the third building in a new complex of engineering buildings at the northeast perimeter of the Danforth Campus, and is home to the Preston M. Green Department of Electrical & Systems Engineering.
Jolley Hall includes research laboratories and offices for the Department of Computer Science & Engineering, and undergraduate teaching laboratories for the Department of Mechanical Engineering & Materials Science.