The Frederick Albert Sutton Building (FASB), dedicated 17 April, 2009, is the new home of the Department of Geology and Geophysics at the University of Utah. This building was made possible through generous philanthropic support of many individuals and organizations.
FASB is a four-story, 91,000 square foot facility that features state-of-the-art classrooms, laboratories, and offices that foster collaboration and innovative research. FASB is distinctive: its architectural design and educational display areas provide a magnificent showcase for discoveries in the fields of geology and geophysics and highlight the many contributions of University of Utah faculty and alumni to these fields.
Reverend Marta Sutton Weeks provided the lead gift for the project in honor of her father, Frederick Albert Sutton.
Virtual Tour of the Sutton Building
The Sutton Building is on YouTube! See the award-winning Frederick Albert Sutton Building, home of the Department of Geology & Geophysics at the University of Utah. Join Professor Marjorie A. Chan on a virtual tour of this innovative “green” building that showcases the earth sciences. There are 36 short clips of our different building displays. These are linked to Quick Response Codes in the building so people can scan the codes with their smart phone to get their own guided tour. Hope you LIKE it!
Color Brochure of the Sutton Building