University of Alabama

Science & Engineering Complex Phase III

Tuscaloosa, AL

Phase 3, the South Engineering Research Center, provides the University with unique research and educational spaces for several Departments within the College of Engineering.

The 170,000 sf facility includes more than 22,000 sf of high-bay research, testing and teaching spaces for a variety of purposes, including large-scale structural analysis, structural materials testing, electromechanical device development and an automotive engine testing center with multiple individual test cells including a full chassis dynamometer.

Laboratory facilities include state-of the art mechatronics, microelectronics and network engineering research spaces to support and promote the University as a prominent engineering research institution. The building also includes mechanical and electrical teaching labs that are shared by all departments which focus on interdisciplinary approaches to engineered solutions.

In collaboration with Davis Architects.


Practice Areas

STEM Education