Marquette University breaks ground on Law School facility

May 28, 2008
200,000-square-foot building building will be named Eckstein Hall

Marquette University has broken ground on a new Law School building on its Milwaukee campus. The 200,000-square-foot building will include two courtrooms, classrooms, faculty office suites, library space with a two-story reading room, a conference center and a café. Below the building will be a two-level, 170-space parking garage. The facility will be named Eckstein Hall in honor of the $51 million donation from Raymond A. and Katherine A. Eckstein. The architects are Shepley, Bulfinch, Richardson & Abbott Architects and Opus Architects & Engineers.

To read the university's news release, click here.

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