Over the next few years, 4,000 scientists, engineers and researchers will work on The Water Campus. It will provide approximately 1.6 million square feet of space for basic and applied research, academic functions, public education resources and displays and administrative offices, all sufficient enough to meet current and anticipated future needs. The Campus will be the focal point of a new skyline for Baton Rouge and will enhance the efforts to restore and enhance coastal environments.
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More than $100 million has been spent on the first phase of the campus. As it continues to grow, the campus will strengthen efforts to restore and enhance coastal environments in Louisiana, around the country and internationally.
Leasing Opportunities at the Water Campus
LSU Center for River Studies is located on the Baton Rouge Water Campus near the banks of the Mississippi River. It houses one of the world’s largest movable bed physical models - the Lower Mississippi River Physical Model. Tours are available for groups only at this time.