Join YAF at Carnegie Mellon University for a tour of ANSYS Hall, led by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson. Please RSVP if you are planning to join. Tour limit is 30 people. Hardhats and proper footwear are required! Safety vests are recommended, if you have one. We will meet in front of Scaife Hall at Frew Street (aka the corner of Frew St & Hamerschlag Dr) beginning promptly at 5:30PM.
MAX 35 PEOPLE ALLOWED ON THIS TOUR.
Parking is available on Frew Street and the CMU East Campus Garage.
Read below for project description:
ANSYS Hall is designed to be a 36,000-square-foot, four-story facility for CMU’s College of Engineering. Funded by a gift from engineering simulation software company ANSYS, the project creates a hub for student making and features an indoor-outdoor maker-court for conceptualization and manufacturing of large-scale, functional prototypes. The building will also house the ANSYS Simulation Lab and research space, allowing the company to serve as a direct resource to students and contribute to the cross-pollination of ideas.
The building will act as a nucleus, bringing students together from multiple disciplines including engineering, art, design, business, and computer science in a hands-on setting that encourages the cross pollination of ideas.
Project is set to be complete Spring/Summer of 2019.