Entering this new building defines a special learning environment. Code shadowed on the windows, periodic table turned into inspired messages, and the conspicuous outside gathering stairs, all support the Medical Science and Engineering & Design curriculum offered. Built as an addition to the existing Eleanor Roosevelt High School campus, the 107,000-square-foot building provides 18 classrooms and 13 labs for robotics, 3D printing, manufacturing, health science, and medical technology. It also includes a student resource center, a research lounge, a covered outdoor lunch area and a 600-seat amphitheater that connects the two wings.
Our team provided materials testing and special inspection services which included special inspection of reinforced concrete, materials laboratory testing for concrete compressive strength and tensile and bend tests on reinforcing steel.