Wilmeth Active Learning Center 3-Year Construction Time-Lapse Captured From Purdue’s A. A. Potter Engineering Center

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By Wayne A. Bunnell1, Darcy M. Bullock1, Alexander M. Hainen2, Deborah Horton1, Teresa Walker1, Katie Hendryx1, Andrew T. Sydelko1, David Burford1, Michael Witt1

1. Purdue University 2. University of Alabama

This video documents the demolition of Purdue’s Engineering Administration building (ENAD) and the old Heat and Power Plant North (HPN) building, and the construction of the new Wilmeth Active Learning Center.

Version 1.0 - published on 06 Feb 2018 doi:10.4231/R79021Z5 - cite this Archived on 06 Mar 2018

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Purdue University’s Thomas S. and Harvey D. Wilmeth Active Learning Center was officially opened on August 7, 2017. The 164,000 SF, $79M design-bid-build project has 26 active learning classrooms and a central library that consolidates 6 campus libraries. The facility is located in the heart of campus with an atrium and reading room that overlooks the Bell Tower.

This video was assembled from camera located on the MATH and POTR buildings for the three-year period of August, 2014, to August, 2017.

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