Donna and Paul Flower Hall

The Donna and Paul Flower Hall for Research and Innovation was built for the Tulane, Science and Engineering department, completed in December, 2012. The building is a science and engineering hub, designed to facilitate the exchange of ideas and boost collaboration among engineers and scientists from diverse fields. The major fields of inquiry are in energy, health and the environment. The 24,000 square foot building holds 13 research laboratories, study rooms, a teaching lab and offices for administration. The 2nd and 3rd floors were not “built-out” during the initial construction phase because of budget constraints. Funding for the project came from the federal Economic Development Association, Mr. Paul Flower and Dr. Irwin Frankel, a 1942 engineering graduate.

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