The Hillman Center for Future-Generation Technologies will be one of two buildings in the 200,000-square-foot complex, which also includes the Gates Center for Computer Science, the university announced Wednesday. The Hillman Center will face Forbes Avenue and serve as the main entrance to the university’s school of computer science. The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation donated $20 million in 2004 to establish the Gates Center for Computer Science.
Construction of the computer science complex, which will include the Gates and Hillman centers, began last year and both buildings are expected to open by summer 2009. The cost of the school of computer science complex is $98 million.
source: Pittsburgh Business Times