Lab space acquisition

Laboratory Space Acquisition

The Geomechanics group has finally grown and has acquired more laboratory space on the third floor of the Galbraith BuildingThis new space will be used as an interactive student and staff space and for new research equipment. With the acquisition of the new laboratory space, the Geomechanics group has begun its first steps in creating “The Transparent Lab and coining the term “The Geomechanics Hub” to Room GB313. The Geomechanics Hub is now an inclusive, diverse, and collaborative space.  

The Geomechanics group would like to extend appreciation and gratitude to the care takers who helped in the cleanup.