UW – Michael B. Enzi Stem Building
The University of Wyoming Michael B. Enzi STEM Education Laboratory will house teaching labs for chemistry, biology, physics, mathematics, computational sciences, computer science, and other large laboratory courses. The 99,000-sf facility will house 32 labs, preparatory rooms, and support offices with state-of-the-art collaboration technology to provide the University of Wyoming students with up-to-date, high-quality laboratory facilities. BCER’s scope on this technology-centric facility encompasses the telecom rooms; backbone and outlet cabling; extensive audiovisual systems for student collaboration; rough-in for access control, video surveillance, and wireless data networks; pathway/raceway, and outside plant ducts and vaults.
Click on the picture below to read all about the award the R&D Magazine and Laboratory Design honored the Enzi with!