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Coming in Summer 2012...the Jacobs School's Newest Building

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On May 20, 2011, the Jacobs School helped celebrate a construction milestone for the UC San Diego Structural & Materials Engineering Building / EBU IV: reaching the building's highest point.

At the "topping out" party, those constructing the building and many of its future inhabitants gathered to sign a final beam (pictured, being hoisted in the air). The signed beam will be permanently placed in a public spot within EBU IV, which will house Structural Engineering, NanoEngineering, and the Center for Medical Devices and Instrumentation, as well as Visual Arts facilities.

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SE professor Tara Hutchinson signs the EBU IV beam. Hutchinson is leading what will be the first full-scale building experiments to evaluate the post-earthquake fire performance of a complete building system. Learn more: http://bncs.ucsd.edu/
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Under Construction: the Structural Engineering Building. Watch the time-lapse construction video: http://www.jacobsschool.ucsd.edu/lobby_displays/smebcam.shtml

 


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