The Lyle School of Engineering offers students some of the finest teaching and research facilities in the nation.
In addition to the Jerry Junkins Building, which opened in 2002, SMU has now added the J. Lindsay Embrey Engineering Building to the engineering quadrangle. The Embrey Building is home to the departments of Mechanical, Environmental & Civil Engineering. As one of the very first buildings in north Texas to be designed and constructed to LEED Environmental Gold Standards, the Embrey Engineering Building is a living laboratory for our students and faculty as well as a showpiece for design and construction in our region.
Overall there are more than 30 laboratories used by Lyle Engineering faculty and students. A new Caruth Hall will be the second engineering building at SMU to be constructed to LEED Gold Standards and will become the third engineering facility built at SMU in the past five years, providing much-needed new and improved space for teaching, research and innovation.