The Dwight and Dian Diercks Computational Science Hall is a new facility at the Milwaukee School of Engineering made possible with funds from MSOE graduate Dwight and his wife Dian’s donation of $34 million to fund the building. The new four story building of approximately 68,000 square feet that included a basement parking garage. The focus of the new facility included artificial intelligence (AI) , deep learning, cyber security, robotics, cloud computing and other next generation technologies. The build consisted of data labs, classrooms, super-computer/data center, common spaces and a 250-seat auditorium. IBC Engineering Services designed the new steam service to the building and all plumbing systems for the new building.
This project was the recipient of the 2019 Daily Reporter Top Projects Award.