Clyde Engineering Building

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Clyde Engineering Building
BYU W. W. Clyde Engineering Building.JPG
General information
Type Educational
Location Provo, Utah
Coordinates 40°14′48″N 111°38′52″W / 40.24667°N 111.64778°W / 40.24667; -111.64778Coordinates: 40°14′48″N 111°38′52″W / 40.24667°N 111.64778°W / 40.24667; -111.64778
Completed 1974

The Clyde Engineering Building is one of the engineering buildings on Brigham Young University campus. It houses the Departments of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Chemical Engineering, and Electrical Engineering. The name comes from Wilford W. Clyde a Springville, Utah construction business owner and generous donor to BYU.[1]

The structure contains a large study lounge and many classrooms. Over 40% of the floor space is dedicated to laboratory instruction and research.[2] The structure contains an auditorium, several computer labs, a structures lab with large I-beams and a crane, a soil mechanics lab, environmental lab, transportation lab, a solid-state clean room, and various faculty and graduate student offices.

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  1. ^ "BYU Campus Building Information". Brigham Young University. Retrieved 25 April 2013. 
  2. ^ "BYU Campus Building Information". Brigham Young University. Retrieved 25 April 2013. 

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