Daniel Hernandez of Jonathan Rose Companies, the firm overseeing the i²e Campus Transformation, presented concepts for future i²e Campus Transformation projects. Among them is a green engineering and science building with a green utility plant that would replace the Jacobs Administrative Building.
Posted September 28th, 2010
NYU Tandon School of Engineering celebrated the grand opening of Project 2010, a vibrant renovation of the campus’ main artery in Rogers Hall and its cafeteria, on September 27 at a town hall and ribbon cutting ceremony. It is the first of many significant construction projects planned for the next 10 years called “i2e Campus Transformation” for their promotion of the school’s invention, innovation, and entrepreneurship (i2e) philosophy.