Take a closer look into Fitts-Woolard Hall

Exterior rendering of Fitts-Woolard Hall

To learn more about how you can support Fitts-Woolard Hall and the naming opportunities available, contact Griffin Lamb, assistant dean for development and college relations with the NC State Engineering Foundation, at grlamb@ncsu.edu or 919.515.7458.

Outside Advanced Manufacturing Lab

Rendering of the Fitts-Woolard Hall Advanced Manufacturing lab (exterior)

Industrial and systems engineering researchers and students will collaborate inside the Advanced Manufacturing lab and work on the development of new materials and the instrumentation and testing of new methods for additive processes.

Advanced Manufacturing Lab

Rendering of Fitts-Woolard Hall Advanced Manufacturing Lab (interior)

Looking out from inside the Advanced Manufacturing Lab, this point of view shows the Oval and the EB buildings to the north.

Roof Deck

Rendering of Fitts-Woolard Hall roof deck

The roof terrace, located at the south end of the building, looks into the loose seating area around the open stair and atrium.


Rendering of Fitts-Woolard Hall lobby

This view from the lower level lobby highlights the Student Projects Lab, as seen in the background, that will bring together undergraduate and graduate students in the College.


Rendering of Fitts-Woolard Hall entry

From the Partners Way Entry Plaza, you can see the Structural Testing Lab (left) where civil, construction and environmental engineering students will work to develop new methods and designs for resilient structures.

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