Emil Buehler Aviation Maintenance Science Building
Named in honor of the aviation visionary, architect and engineer who believed that the majesty and mystery of flight was a vision to be shared by all, the Emil Buehler Aviation Maintenance Sciences Building houses classrooms and lab spaces that support about 250 students studying Aviation Maintenance Science.
The building’s five lab spaces feature equipment that provides students hands-on, real-world experience in a variety of aviation maintenance science areas – from solving aviation network cybersecurity breaches to disassembling, evaluating, reassembling, and testing turbine engines. In the FAA-Approved Part 145 Engine Repair Station, students work on live aircraft engines that are certified operational on real aircraft.
Labs located in the Emil Buehler Aviation Maintenance Sciences Building include: