U. A. Whitaker School of Engineering
Fort Myers, Florida
The 70,000-SF state-of-the-art U. A. Whitaker School of Engineering facility houses the growing engineering and computer science program for Florida Gulf Coast University, including programs for Bio/Electrical/Computer Engineering, Physical/Civil Engineering, and Environmental Engineering. The facility’s design utilizes the principals of Project Kaleidoscope, which fosters a highly-interactive environment. Students learn math and sciences through problem solving using “scale-up” lab environments. The architecture was developed to act as a learning tool employing systems that teach scientific principles.
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