Construction Begins on Zupnik Hall

  • 12.03.22|1 min. read
Exterior of Zupnik Hall at University of Maryland

A new space for interdisciplinary engineering education began its rise at the University of Maryland. Stanley R. Zupnik Hall, the latest project in the growing northeast district of campus, is an adaptable and future-flexible 157,000 SF building that will feature research and instructional labs, a seminar classroom, and conference and meeting space. It will also include spaces for identity-based student organizations including the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers, Society of Women Engineers, and Black Engineers Society.

Ballinger’s work on campus spans over 25 years and includes the Plant Sciences Building, the Bioscience Research Building, A. James Clark Hall, the Clark School of Engineering Facilities Master Plan, and a new chemistry building, currently under construction.