BTGA is excited to announce that work will begin Monday, August 6 on Roger William's University School of Engineering, Computing and Construction Management (SECCM) 28,000 square foot Laboratories building.
Expanded laboratory and classroom space will provide engineering, computer science, and construction management students with a state-of-the-art learning environment. The building is designed to foster community through collaborative learning, flexible interaction, and hands on experiences. The SECCM lab spaces allow for learning methods from traditional to experimental, group to individual, social to hands-on. Spaces will provide an educational experience that engages and satisfies the demands of the programs including room for learning labs, group study and individual projects.
A formal groundbreaking ceremony is expected to take place in October.