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Jett Hall renovation moves forward

Van H. Gilbert Architects and Research Facilities Design continue to work with Dr. Rockstraw and the building committee on the renovation plans for Jett Hall.  Attached are some drawings showing the planned changes as drawn recently.  A number of changes to these drawings are pending, but they give a good idea of how the CHME…
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Antique Glass Distillation Column again Operational

Dr. Dan Gulino has officially been declared the CHME Tinkerer.  With ~$15K of Equipment Renewal funds provided by NMSU, Dr. Gulino has completely refurbished the old column that many CHME alumni used to learn about vapor-liquid equliibrium and staged separations. The column existed in the lab upon my arrival in 1995.  I am unsure when…
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Preliminary design of Jett Hall research labs revealed

Van H. Gilbert Architect PC (Albuquerque, NM) and RFD (Research Facilities Design, San Diego, CA) have supplied a preliminary drawing that shows the status of the remodel plans for the Chemical & Materials Engineering Department research laboratories. This sketch shows an open floor plan with a high density of bench tops and fume hoods (44…
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