When Clark/Sullivan delivered the Paul Laxalt Mineral Research Center in 1987, it was a giant step forward for the University and the School of Mines.n
The 80,000 square-foot building, styled to conform with the historic buildings around it, houses classrooms and laboratories for the following engineering specialties:
- Mining Engineering
- Chemical and Materials Engineering
- Geological Sciences.
It is also home to the Nevada Seismology Laboratory, the KeckMine Ventilation Lab, the Newmont Rock Mechanics Lab and a Supercomputer Laboratory.n n