Seattle University has attached a name to the $100 million Center for Science and Innovation that it is building as a gateway to its campus. The building will be named for Jim and Janet Sinegal who have a long relationship with the university.
Jim Sinegal is the co-founder of Costco and has served as chair of the board and co-chair of the school’s $275 million Campaign for the Uncommon Good fundraising effort.
The Jim and Janet Sinegal Center for Science and Innovation is scheduled to be completed in May and open for the start of the fall quarter, according to a university news release on Tuesday. Ground was broken on the 111,000-square-foot building in May 2019.
The five-story CSI will house the Biology, Chemistry and Computer Science departments and includes spaces named