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University of North Dakota EERC Advanced Materials Processing Facility

Designing a facility that brings together academic researchers from the University of North Dakota and its team of environmental scientists

  • 28K

    Square Feet

  • Grand Forks, North Dakota

    Grand Forks, North Dakota

Helping advance the future of fuels and materials research

The University of North Dakota (UND) Energy + Environmental Research Center (EERC) wanted a state-of-the-art facility that would build upon EERC’s work in biomass processing, critical minerals production and processing, and development of advanced carbon-based materials. UND reached out to us, and our partner ICON Architectural Group, to provide integrated design services for a new Advanced Materials Processing Facility (AMP).

Designed to meet the priorities of the EERC and its industry partners, AMP will feature four demonstration plants in conjunction with a fuels processing area to study scaled processing and production operations. To support research staff, the facility will also feature a two-story office, locker space, and other amenities.

When completed, AMP will be considered a hub for the region’s development of innovative, practical, and cost-effective energy and environmental solutions, supporting the advancement of fuels and materials research.

At a Glance

  • University of North Dakota EERC
Stantec / ICON Architecture Group
Meet Our Team

Travis Sage, Principal, Architect

I believe that social and environmental responsibility is created through inspired placemaking and the moments we share within.

Meg Schubert Allen, Associate, Buildings

Design, done right, has the potential to positively impact our neighborhoods, communities, and every individual that experiences it.

Michael Reagan, Vice President, Sector Leader, Science & Technology

The laboratories we plan and design may ultimately contribute to the discovery of something that will significantly and positively impact our lives.
Michael  Reagan Vice President, Sector Leader, Science & Technology Read More

Travis Sage

Principal, Architect

Meg Schubert Allen

Associate, Buildings

Michael  Reagan

Vice President, Sector Leader, Science & Technology

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