Engineering facilities have an important role in education and research into the practical application of scientific knowledge to solve real-world problems, improve the human condition, and advance industry and manufacturing operations. Clark & Enersen has extensive experience with programming, planning, and designing more than two million square feet of engineering projects for numerous institutions across the nation.

We understand the diverse array of functions inherent to this facility type, including electronics laboratories, wind tunnels, high-bay industrial spaces, makerspaces, chemical research laboratories, and innumerable iterations in between. Our firm’s service offerings, including architecture, laboratory planning, and many of the engineering disciplines themselves, allow us to create highly functional, adaptable, and efficient spaces and systems that enable the development of future engineers, and future engineering solutions that will improve the world at large.

University of North Dakota, College of Engineering Master Plan

Colorado State University, College of Engineering Master Plan and Facilities Assessment

University of Nebraska-Lincoln, College of Engineering Kiewit Hall

South Dakota Mines, Mineral Industries Building

South Dakota State University, Raven Precision Agriculture Center

University of Missouri, Lafferre Engineering Hall

Kansas State University, Durland Hall Chemical Engineering Renovation

University of Nebraska-Lincoln, College of Engineering Master Plan

South Dakota State University, Engineering Innovation Building

Missouri University of Science & Technology, Bertelsmeyer Hall