Fulton Schools facilities


The Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State University have more than one million square feet of space in more than a dozen buildings, providing room for our growing faculty to advance use-inspired research. Our facilities include world-class labs, collaborative classroom and administrative space and state-of-the-art technology infrastructure designed to foster interdisciplinary education and collaborative research.



Biodesign Institute

Biodesign Insitute

BDA and BDB, Tempe campus

Brickyard

Brickyard Engineering

BYENG, Tempe campus

Centerpoint

Centerpoint

CTRPT, Tempe campus

College Avenue Commons

College Avenue Commons

CAVC, Tempe campus

Engineering Center

Engineering Center

EC, Tempe campus

Engineering Research Center

Engineering Research Center

ENGRC, Tempe campus

Goldwater Center

Goldwater Center

GWC, Tempe campus

ISTB1

Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Building 1

ISTB1, Tempe campus

Engineering Research Center

Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Building 2

ISTB2, Tempe campus

ISTB3

Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Building 3

ISTB3, Polytechnic campus

ISTB4

Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Building 4

ISTB4, Tempe campus

MacroTechnology Works

MacroTechnology Works

MTW, ASU Research Park

Noble library

Noble Science Library

NOBLE, Tempe campus

Palo Verde East

Palo Verde East

PVE, Tempe campus

Palo Verde Main

Palo Verde Main (Under Construction)

PVM, Tempe campus

Physical Education East

Physical Education Building East

PEBE, Tempe campus

Psychology North

Psychology North

PSYN, Tempe campus

Santa Catalina Hall

Santa Catalina Hall

SANCA, Polytechnic campus

Schwada Classroom Office Building

Schwada Classroom Office Building

SCOB, Tempe campus

Simulator Building

Simulator Building

SIM, Polytechnic campus

Technology Center

Technology Center

TECH, Polytechnic campus

Photovoltaics Lab

Technology Innovation Labs

TLABS, Polytechnic campus

Urban Systems Engineering

Urban Systems Engineering

USE, Tempe campus