Henry A. and Elvira H. Jubel Hall

Set to house the School of Engineering & Applied Science’s Department of Mechanical Engineering & Materials Science (MEMS), Jubel Hall will offer infrastructure and research facilities that are key to fostering the interdisciplinary nature of engineering. At Washington University, engineering faculty and students collaborate across converging disciplines to focus on medicine and health, energy and the environment, and security. In this building, mechanical engineers will work closely with physicists, chemists, biologists, and chemical and biomedical engineers to promote the convergence of mechanics, materials science, and nanotechnology.

Rendering of the Spartan Light Metal Products Maker Space in Jubel Hall at Washington University in St. Louis

Spartan Light Metal Products Maker Space

 

Jubel Hall will link the existing engineering complex to other parts of the Danforth Campus and will strengthen collaboration among the Department of Mechanical Engineering & Materials Science and other SEAS departments.

Project details:

  • 80,600 square ft. building
  • Features 15,600 sq. ft. research lab space, 7,850 sq. ft. faculty offices, 3,350 sq. ft. maker space (see rendering, above) with machine shop and studio space.
  • Located south of Whitaker Hall, east of the Hub, and north of the new Ann and Andrew Tisch Park.
  • Also includes two 65-seat pooled classrooms

PROJECT TEAM

Michael Vergason Landscape Architects
landscape architect & planner

Cole
civil engineer

McClure
utilities engineer

McCarthy Building Companies
Simms Building Group
construction managers

Moore Ruble Yudell
architect

Mackey Mitchell
associate architect

Alper Audi
structural engineer

BuroHappold
mechanical, electrical, plumbing engineer

Read more about Jubel Hall.

Learn more about the plan for the transformation of the east end of the Danforth Campus.