Taubman Complex

The new Taubman Complex, home of the Marburger STEM Center, will provide a collaborative, high-tech, learning environment for emerging technologies such as robotics, biomedical engineering, mechatronics, life sciences, and architectural engineering. When completed, the Taubman Complex will provide Lawrence Tech students and faculty with 125,000 square feet of much needed classroom, lab, and work space to support emerging, multi-disciplinary programs. It will enjoy a prominent place on campus, linking the Science Building and the current Engineering Building, which also will be undergoing a major renovation.

The project will house the robotics program on the first floor, science labs on the second floor, and biomedical labs and open areas for student work teams on the third floor. Other spaces will be allocated in the modular design as technologies and needs evolve. The new facility has been designed to be LEED-certified at the Silver Level—or higher—and will reflect Lawrence Tech’s ongoing commitment to environmentally sustainable technology.

DSP was selected to complete the concrete foundations for the Taubman Complex.