A state-of-the-art design connects all laboratory spaces along a dramatic glass-walled, curved hallway, grouping together structures, materials, soils, asphalt, and sample preparation areas into “dirty” and “clean” lab areas. The redesigned space and top-of-the-line equipment enables students to:
Develop a strong fundamental understanding of the behaviors of materials employed in infrastructure design
Master Quality Assurance testing techniques for infrastructure construction
Learn cutting-edge nondestructive evaluation approaches for monitoring the structural health of bridges, buildings, and other critical infrastructure assets
Apply lessons learned to tackle critical issues ranging from bridge and roadway safety and water resource management to storm and earthquake resilience and transportation systems development
The Whiting-Turner Infrastructure Engineering Laboratories are home of two key courses—ENCE300: Fundamentals of Engineering Materials and ENCE444: Experimental Methods in Geotechnical and Structural Engineering—enabling faculty to leverage innovative laboratory testing techniques to complement classroom lectures.
Gifts of $1,500,000 and up
The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company
Gifts of $100,000 - $1,499,999
Richard L. Vogel, Jr. ’72, ’80 and Dr. Stefanie N. Vogel ’72, ’77
Gifts of $50,000 – $99,999
Maryland Asphalt Association
Scott Greenhaus '82, '86
Gifts of $25,000 – $49,000
Gutschick, Little and Weber
KCI Technologies Inc.
Joe Makar '78
Maryland Chapter–American Concrete Institute
Whitman, Requardt and Associates
Whitney Bailey Cox & Magnani
Gifts of $10,000 – $24,999
Global Resource Recyclers
Mercado Consultants Inc.
Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates Inc.