The Warren J. Baker Center for Science and Mathematics opened for classes in fall 2013. Every Cal Poly student will take a class in the 189,000-square-foot building, and many will spend a significant portion of their academic careers there.
The Baker Center consists of a six-level central structure devoted to offices and student spaces with wings on either side that house classrooms and laboratories. The central entrance on Level Two connects to Centennial Park on the south side and to a major pedestrian artery on the north. These entrances access offices and conference rooms for chemistry and biochemistry, physics, and earth and soil science.
- Interior framing and drywall
- Plaster and specialties work on the building