newest building on campus is the 40,000-square-foot Environmental
Technology Building, located south of the Field House in the
university's Entrepreneurial Campus. The facility, built with $8.5
million in federal funds, is part of a planned quadrangle where private-
and public-sector partners will work collaboratively with UNH faculty,
students and staff on joint research development projects.
Scheduled to open in spring 2001, the building will contain labs,
instrumentation rooms, high bay areas, offices, classrooms and training
and conference rooms.
job: (l to r) Rich Rouleau '85, UNH project manager, Don Sundberg, vice
president for research, and Aaron Ravenelle '95, '00G, project manager
for Eckman Construction. Photo by Gary Samson