The campus of the Case School of Engineering is centered on the beautiful Case Quad at the southern section of the Case Western Reserve University campus. The school's physical plan primarily is comprised of eight buildings that offer a mix of traditional and modern architecture. Each facility has the latest in information technology and is part of Case's campuswide wireless network.

Bingham Building

bingham_smallYEAR BUILT: 1927 SQUARE FEET: 94,921 HOUSES: Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Center for Micro and Nano Processing, Cleveland FES Center, The Richard C. and Opal Vanderhoof Research and Infrastructure Facility FAST FACT: The student wood and metal shops are located in the basement.

Glennan Building

glennan_smallYEAR BUILT: 1968 SQUARE FEET: 116,325 HOUSES: Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Material Science and Engineering, Swagelok Center for Surface Analysis of Materials, Sears Undergraduate Design Laboratory FAST FACT: Named for former Case president T. Keith Glennan

Nord Hall

nord_smallYEAR BUILT: 1988 SQUARE FEET: 61,000 HOUSES: CSE Dean's Office, CSE Development, Division of Engineering Student Programs, Institute for the Integration of Management and Engineering, Office of Graduate Studies, Office of Corporate and Foundation Relations, Computer Lab FAST FACT: Formerly home of the Weatherhead School of Management, the building was renovated in 2003 with support from Eric and Jane Nord, and renamed in honor of the Nord Family, comprising of many distinguished alumni and benefactors.

Olin Building

olin_smallYEAR BUILT: 1962 SQUARE FEET: 59,611 HOUSES: Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Systems Engineering, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, National Center for Space Exploration Research. FAST FACT: The Reinberger Labs and the Engineering Machine Shop are located on the second floor. The new Virtual Worlds Laboratory is located on the fourth floor.

Albert W. Smith Building

aw_smith_smallYEAR BUILT: 1939, 1956 SQUARE FEET: 88,536 HOUSES: Chemical Engineering. FAST FACT: Also houses Case's Department of Geology; there is an observatory on the roof.

Kent Hale Smith Building

kh_smith_smallYEAR BUILT: 1993 SQUARE FEET: 92,515 HOUSES: Macromolecular Science and Engineering, The Center for Layered Polymeric Systems (CLiPS) FAST FACT: Named for a former Case president, alumnus, trustee and benefactor Kent Hale Smith.

White Metallurgical Building

white_smallYEAR BUILT: 1961 SQUARE FEET: 75,290 HOUSES: Materials Science and Engineering FAST FACT: The White Metallurgical Building contains a foundry in the basement.

Wickenden Building

wickenden_smallYEAR BUILT: 1955 SQUARE FEET: 72,635 HOUSES: Biomedical Engineering FAST FACT: Named for former Case President William E. Wickenden

Wright Fuel Cell/Cleveland Center for Structural Biology Building

fuelcenter1YEAR BUILT: 2005 SQUARE FEET: 18,514 HOUSES: Wright Fuel Center, Cleveland Center for Structural Biology FAST FACT: First university building built on the West Quad