In early February, a large medallion was installed in the Sukup atrium. This engraved glass medallion recognizes the gold certification in the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) program of the U.S. Green Building council for the construction of Sukup and Elings halls. From Inside Iowa State on March 30, 2017 by Anne Krapfl …Continue reading “Medallion for LEED gold certification installed in Sukup atrium”
Sukup and Elings halls received gold certification for new construction in the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) program of the U.S. Green Building Council.
When Iowa State University classes resume in January, one long-standing campus building will be in the process of demolition. Davidson Hall, built in 1922 and located on the northwest side of campus just east of the Armory, was emptied this summer as faculty and staff moved to the Biorenewables Complex — the new Sukup and …Continue reading “Demolition nears for ISU’s Davidson Hall”
On September 25, a special event took place on the Iowa State campus – the official dedication of Elings Hall and Sukup Hall, the new home for our Department of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering (ABE). The new facilities provide 100,000+ square feet of research labs, classrooms, student spaces and offices – providing a state-of-the-art learning …Continue reading “Celebrating the completed Biorenewables Complex”
Steve Mickelson, chair of agricultural and biosystems engineering at Iowa State University, sat down with The Des Moines Register to talk about the newly constructed Elings Hall and Sukup Hall, which now house ABE on the campus’ west end. The Register also featured the artwork, “Floating World,” which is a tribute to agricultural progress hanging …Continue reading “A glimpse into the completed Biorenewables Complex”
Steve Mickelson, department chair of agricultural and biosystems engineering, gives an update on the department’s move into Elings and Sukup halls. Ask anyone who has ever been associated with the Department of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering, and they’ll all say the same thing – our new building was a long time coming. For years, the department …Continue reading “Guest post: A new home for ABE”