Construction Engineering Technology Facilities
The Construction Engineering Technology Program is housed in two buildings located directly across Arizona Street from each other. Most of the faculty are located in Bogard Hall, the main engineering building on campus. Three faculty and the Trenchless Technology Center are located in the second floor of the Engineering Annex. The first floor of Bogard Hall contains mostly laboratory space, the second floor contains faculty offices (most of the program faculty are located in the northeast corner of the second floor), the third floor contains classrooms and computer laboratories, and the fourth floor contains offices for student societies. Faculty offices are relatively spacious. Classroom space is shared across all university programs. Classes for humanities, communications, math and sciences are held in the designated classrooms of various departments throughout the campus. Most of the classrooms seat between 30 and 50 students, although the number of students per class is generally smaller. Most Construction Engineering Technology program classes are taught in Bogard Hall. Office and laboratory space are allocated by the COES Space Team.
The Construction Engineering Technology teaching laboratories are conveniently located on the first floor of Bogard Hall. The total area of laboratory space dedicated to Construction Engineering Technology is approximately 10,000 square feet. In addition, the materials testing laboratory is shared with other programs in the College. Our laboratories are listed below:
Bogard Hall 102 - Surveying Equipment Room,
Bogard Hall 108 - Geotechnical Engineering Lab,
Bogard Hall 109 - Geotechnical Engineering / Civil Materials Laboratory,
Bogard Hall 111 - Concrete Materials Preparation Laboratory,
Bogard Hall 114 – Concrete Materials Testing Lab,
Bogard Hall 115 - Materials Characterization Lab,
Bogard Hall 117 (south end) - Fluids Lab,
Bogard Hall 117 (north end) - Asphalt Lab,
Bogard Hall 131 - Concrete Mixing Lab, and
Bogard Hall 301 - Student Computer Lab.