MIT Lincoln Laboratory Beaver Works Facility
Lincoln Beaver Works is a center jointly chartered by the MIT School of Engineering and MIT Lincoln Laboratory and operated by the Laboratory. The facility is located at 300 Technology Square (NE45-202) in Kendall Square, Cambridge, near MIT campus. This 5,000-square-foot center is open to MIT students, faculty, and collaborators, providing flexible architectural elements and state-of-the-art tools to foster innovative development and fabrication work. Approximately half of the facility will be devoted to common-use activities, such as prototyping workshops, brainstorming, classwork, and open collaboration. The balance of space will support hands-on, project-based educational initiatives.
In 2019, we opened up addtional space with the AeroAstro department in Bldg 31, based on similar goals of collaboration and support for students and researchers.
For access to Beaver Works Contact Us!
In order to have access, the orientation listed below must be completed. Joel Grimm, the facility manager, will provide access after verification.
Prior to visiting Beaver Works, take a look at the file below.
Beaverworks Safety Orientation. You should also be up to date on your MIT EHS training as well.
We are part of Project Manus and you can check out what we have available on Mobius.