SUNY New Paltz Breaks Ground on $14M Engineering Innovation Hub


The Engineering Innovation Hub at SUNY New Paltz will feature 19,500 square feet of office and research space. (Rendering courtesy of Urbahn Architects)

NEW PALTZ, N.Y. — The State University of New York (SUNY) at New Paltz, along with PC Construction, has broken ground on a $14 million Engineering Innovation Hub, located on the university’s campus in New Paltz. The two-story structure will add to the school’s growing mechanical engineering program, house the headquarters and laboratories of the university’s Hudson Valley Advanced Manufacturing Center, provide space for potential business partners under the state’s START-UP NY program, and serve as a business incubator for technology and engineering startups in the mid-Hudson Valley. Urbahn Architects designed the 19,500-square-foot facility, which allows for potential expansion. The project team includes Vanderweil Engineers, CSA Group, Leslie E. Robertson Associates, YR&G, BET Engineering Consultants, Edgewater Design, Lumen Architecture and Ellana Inc.

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