Campus Building Topped Out at Long Beach State

Completion is scheduled next February for the $11.1-million Engineering/Computer Science Building that was topped out earlier this month at Cal State Long Beach.

The 100,000-square-foot, six-story building was designed by the Luckman Partnership Inc. to accommodate offices and laboratories with such exotic equipment as a 75-foot-long wind tunnel, a 75-foot oceanography tank with a wave machine, four 20-foot-high petroleum cracking towers and three main-frame computer rooms.

The building is being constructed on a one-acre site in the western part of the 322-acre campus. The general contractor is Berry Construction Inc., Upland.

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