SLU Stem Building Reaches Key Milestone On Friday

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$50 Million Facility Continues Saint Louis University’s Investment in Midtown

As work continues on Saint Louis University’s new Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering (ISE) Building, the University will celebrate the building’s progress with a topping-out ceremony. The $50 million, 90,000-square-foot, three-story building, slated to open in 2020, represents a new phase in SLU’s continued investment in educating STEM students who will become the workforce of the future. As part of the ceremony, students, faculty, staff and friends of the University will be able to sign the steel beam that will complete the topping-out. 

WHO: SLU students, faculty, staff members, friends of the University and SLU leaders. 

WHAT: Beam signing and topping-out ceremony where the signed beam will be raised and put in place. Read as great visuals. 

WHEN: Beam signing at 11 a.m.; topping out ceremony at noon, Friday, Dec. 6, 2019 

WHERE: Saint Louis University north campus east of Grand Boulevard, between Busch Student Center and Ritter Hall. (Street parking on Lindell, enter campus between Tegler and Fitzgerald halls.)

WHY: SLU’s continued investment in the revitalization of Midtown

FOR INFORMATION: Contact Nancy Solomon at 314-977-8017 and nancy.solomon@slu.edu

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