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The Rice Hall Information Technology and Engineering (ITE) Building provides much needed space for teaching, computational research, and student projects for the School of Engineering and Applied Science. The ITE Building is one of several new buildings that are part of the University's science initiative focused on sustaining the ongoing work of existing faculty and attracting new researchers.

The ITE building occupies a prominent location at the corner of Whitehead Road and Stadium Road adjacent to Olsson Hall. The project consists of a five story, 100,000 gsf building with a basement and penthouse mechanical space.

This new research facility features modern architectural features and helps to define the south entrance to the science and engineering precinct. The main entrance to the ITE Building is on Engineer's Way and the new building is connected to Olsson Hall at the basement level.

The ITE Building provides new space for classroom laboratories, research laboratories, departmental and faculty offices, and a 150 seat auditorium. The ITE Building was designed and constructed concurrently with the College of Arts and Sciences Physical and Life Science Research Building.


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