The Build Lab at the Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design is a growing facility in the Arts and Design District of Fayetteville, where full-scale prototyping and construction are emphasized.
Currently a 7,000-square-foot lab, the Build Lab works in conjunction with other lab facilities on campus to serve the large-scale needs of the fabrication and construction process. The lab features traditional and digital metal and wood tools used in the construction process including welders, brakes, table saws, plasma cutters and a plasma CNC. Future developments of the space will allow for a more diverse set of fabrication tools.
The lab is available to Fay Jones School students and faculty for design, coursework and research projects. More details about the requirements for using the facility are outlined in the Fabrication Laboratories Handbook found on the policy page.
Build Lab Hours
By appointment or class assignment.
Fabrication Labs Manager