University of Southern California Baum Family Maker Space, Science & Engineering Library

Adjacency diagram for the USC Baum Family Maker Space, Science & Engineering Library.
Previously spread across campus, the consolidation of student design and competition teams into a 10,000 square-foot multipurpose center for design, innovation, and hands-on fabrication will not only facilitate access to fabrication equipment and resources, but also encourage more awareness and collaboration across engineering disciplines. Located just off the main building lobby on the ground floor of the Science & Engineering Library, Baum features both advanced fabrication and traditional machining, wet lab, walk-in freezer for composites, outdoor workspaces for welding, painting, engine testing, and loading/unloading. Adjacent are several dedicated spaces for student-led design and competition teams to build everything from concrete canoes to rockets.