The new 162,000 SF School of Engineering and Computational Sciences will serve as the basis of a new Innovation Campus for Liberty University that supports dynamic, interactive, and hands-on learning opportunities within a collaborative environment.

The new 162,000 SF School of Engineering and Computational Sciences will serve as the basis of a new Innovation Campus for Liberty University that supports dynamic, interactive, and hands-on learning opportunities within a collaborative environment.

Technology-rich details and spaces along with state-of-the-art classrooms and study rooms accommodating a range of learning styles and student needs will support Liberty’s evolving campus that supports 21st-century learning and teaching. The building also includes a Motorsports wing for vocational support and training. As an innovation hub for the city of Lynchburg in central Virginia, this building promises to train a new generation of innovators who will translate research into new technologies that drive economic development in the Commonwealth and beyond.

The new 162,000 SF School of Engineering and Computational Sciences will serve as the basis of a new Innovation Campus for Liberty University that supports dynamic, interactive, and hands-on learning opportunities within a collaborative environment.

Technology-rich details and spaces along with state-of-the-art classrooms and study rooms accommodating a range of learning styles and student needs will support Liberty’s evolving campus that supports 21st-century learning and teaching. The building also includes a Motorsports wing for vocational support and training. As an innovation hub for the city of Lynchburg in central Virginia, this building promises to train a new generation of innovators who will translate research into new technologies that drive economic development in the Commonwealth and beyond.

The new 162,000 SF School of Engineering and Computational Sciences will serve as the basis of a new Innovation Campus for Liberty University that supports dynamic, interactive, and hands-on learning opportunities within a collaborative environment.
The new 162,000 SF School of Engineering and Computational Sciences will serve as the basis of a new Innovation Campus for Liberty University that supports dynamic, interactive, and hands-on learning opportunities within a collaborative environment.
 The building also includes a Motorsports wing for vocational support and training.
As an innovation hub for the city of Lynchburg in central Virginia, this building promises to train a new generation of innovators who will translate research into new technologies that drive economic development in the Commonwealth and beyond.

Client: Liberty University

Location: Lynchburg, VA

Discipline: Academics

Completion: 2018

Size: 160,000 SF