John and Marva Warnock Engineering Building

Dedicated to the spirit of exploration and discovery, the John and Marva Warnock Engineering Building is the academic home for engineering and computer science students at the University of Utah. The new building is named for University of Utah alumni John and Marva Warnock who are pioneers and founders of the information age. Their generous spirit guided the development of the four-story, 100,000-square-foot structure that is now the hub of the College of Engineering campus. With 3,000 students and 600 annual graduates, engineering is the University's fourth largest college. Much of the space in the Warnock Engineering Building is dedicated to students, including four auditorium classrooms and five seminar rooms, which contain 450 high-tech classroom seats, 13 group study rooms, generous informal study and meeting areas, and a café. The heart of the building is a two-story atrium and gallery.

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