Dartmouth College’s Center for Engineering and Computer Science building is on track to open in the fall of 2021. Designed for LEED Gold Certification, the $200 million, 160,000 SF energy-efficient project with its 340-space parking garage underneath the facility, is the largest construction project in Dartmouth’s history. The new building will provide a physical connection to the MacLean Engineering Sciences Center and Cummings Hall. Highlights include an expansive, light-filled building with dedicated makerspaces, a design loft, and additional labs for hands-on projects. An integral part of Dartmouth’s technology and innovation hub, the new center will integrate experiential learning in engineering, computer science, and entrepreneurship in a new facility to be shared by the Thayer School of Engineering, the Department of Computer Science, and the Magnuson Center for Entrepreneurship.