Buffalo State is engaged in $350 million in new construction and full-scale renovations through 2016. From technologically advanced new academic buildings to reimagined social spaces, Buffalo State offers world-class facilities at a fraction of the cost charged by private institutions.
Additionally, the Year of The Innovator theme, while shining a spotlight on the power of ideas and innovation, underscores the values that make learning a richer and more rewarding experience for our students, and positions the college to serve as a key partner in community projects such as START UP-NY, the Advanced Manufacturing Institute, and Smart Grid.
Two new additions to campus—the Science and Mathematics Complex and Technology Building—serve as showcases for innovation in teaching, laboratory spaces, and equipment.
Buffalo State's new Technology Building houses the departments of Engineering Technology, Fashion and Textile Technology, and Computer Information Systems, and provides research spaces and student computer labs. This "green" building has a vegetated lower roof area and a photovoltaic collector on its upper roof.
The Technology Building includes a state-of-the-art fabric printer and a 3D printer that enables students and researchers to produce working models or prototypes. The facility marks another milestone in Buffalo State’s construction boom.
The Science and Mathematics recently completed phase 1 of an extensive building overhaul that will continue over the next two years. The south wing of the building now includes research and teaching facilities for the Biology, Chemistry, Earth Sciences and Science Education, Physics, and Mathematics departments and the Great Lakes Center.
During phase 2 of the construction project, the north wing of Buffalo State's existing Science Building will be completely renovated. In phase 3, work will be completed on greenhouse, labs, classrooms, and lecture halls.
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