Sundt is building a new classroom and laboratory facility at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University to support the unversity's STEM program. Frequently referred to as the “Harvard of the Sky,” the school is the world’s largest, fully accredited university specializing in aviation and aerospace, with 125 locations worldwide.

 

The design-bid-build project, under construction while the campus remains open, features the addition of a 52,570-square-foot facility that will house classrooms, laboratories and a domed auditorium/planetarium. The labs will have space for robotics testing, optics research, and high-speed computation and simulation.

 

The building will enhance the university’s seven primary fields of study, including applied science, aviation, business, computers and technology, engineering, space, and safety, security and intelligence.