Because our majors benefit from hands-on experiences to to assist in their learning, they need up-to-date labs and research facilities. Each school maintains and updates its learning facilities to provide real-world and technology experiences for their students. In addition, certain labs were created to focus on one type of research, led by faculty in the department.

For students to experience the operations of construction equipment.

The CARE lab pursues advancements in construction process to improve the productivity and compatibility, in intelligent systems to improve the construction efficiency and safety, and in human factors theories and technologies to improve human-environment interaction.

The construction lab provides a platform to teach the local community about construction techniques for summer camps and for student organizations that are engaging in construction projects.

This area is a large two-story facility with an overhead crane. Each semester a wood-frame, steel-frame, and concrete structure are erected by the students. 

The DCI lab space provides 24 workstations for construction management and design and construction integration students, with numerous software packages for the effective design and management of built structures.

This facility allows students to experience and test the properties of soils related to foundations of buildings and infrastructures. The students will learn how to use gradation curves through soil sieve analysis, determine soil's maximum dry densities and optimum moisture contents and measure soil plastic limits, liquid limits, as well as strengths.

This lab houses the surveying equipment, software and hardware needed to support students' learning related to Construction Layout and Construction Surveying. General computer access for construction management technology students is available outside scheduled class hours.