NUFAB Expansion Project

located within The Technological Institute

Project Status: COMPLETED

Construction start: September 2017
Completion: August 2018

Project Description & Statistics

The Technological Institute (Tech) located at 2145 Sheridan Rd in Evanston, IL, (built in 1942) has more than 800,000 square feet of classrooms, offices, laboratories and research facilities. Designed by Holabird and Root, the facility is one of the largest academic buildings in the world. It houses the Robert R. McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Science as well as the departments of Chemistry and of Physics and Astronomy, which are part of the Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences. The Lannon stone and Bedford limestone building is embellished at the entrance by Edgar Miller’s sculptural reliefs on scientific and engineering themes.

NUFAB is a central micro/nano fabrication facility. Flad Architects have prepared contract documents to expand the existing NUFAB class-100 clean room within the Technological Institute by 1,000 sf. It provides the whole range of nanofabrication equipment and technical expertise supporting research in all areas of science, engineering, medicine, and interdisciplinary fields. 

Project Team

Project Management

Bonnie Humphrey, Director Facilities Design & Construction
David Stone, Associate Director for Design and Construction

Architect, Engineers & Consultants

Architect: Flad Architects

General Contractor

Pepper Construction

Contact information

Teri Wright, Project Manager
Northwestern University
Facilities Design & Construction
2020 Ridge Avenue, Suite 250
Evanston, IL 60208
Phone: 847.491.5271