Barus and Holley is home to the Department of Physics and the School of Engineering. Built in 1965, the 7-story structure includes 117 laboratories, 150 offices, 15 classrooms, 29 laboratory classrooms, and 3 lecture halls. Prince Laboratory, built in 1962, is a two-story brick and concrete building that provides room for research, a machine shop, a wind tunnel and offices, and the later addition of Giancarlo Labs in 2001 added more laboratory and research space. A new Brown University School of Engineering research building is under construction and expected to be completed in October of 2017. Barus and Holley is houses to the Nurmikko Lab.