Harvard University Science and Engineering Complex Update


Harvard University’s new $1 billion Science And Engineering Complex tops off

A topping off ceremony was held last week for Harvard University’s new $1 billion six-story, 535,000-square-foot Science and Engineering Complex along Allston’s booming Western Avenue corridor. Harvard was joined by members of the project team, who together ceremoniously marked the installation of the Complex’s final steel beam. In the coming weeks, concrete will be poured on the bases of all of the complex’s levels in order to construct floors. Installation of the building’s performative facade, which will allow for abundant natural lighting and increased heating and cooling efficiency, will also begin. Completion of the state-of-the-art, LEED Gold-certifiable Science and Engineering Complex, which will be the new home of Harvard University's John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Science, is expected in Fall 2020. The building will feature a wide variety of amenities, including laboratories, classrooms, research space and a 5,000-square-foot Maker Space featuring high-end manufacturing and assembly workstations. The following are photographs from the Harvard University Science And Engineering Complex topping-off ceremony:

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