Currently HTHMA Engineering sprawls throughout 'The Treehouse' (High Tech's nickname for the HTHMA Annex: building 37).
The class's computers and 'clean work' is done right as you enter the building, often visitors enter and are surprised they are walking into a work space, but don't worry, we're used to being productive in the presence of strangers.
HTHMA Engineering also houses the schools laser cutter and 3D printing facilities. In a smaller adjacent room we have a 150-Watt Universal Laser Systems Laser Cutter and Two 3D Printers: a Replicator 2X, and a Pegasus Touch, and a pretty decked out electronics station.
The largest space is a fully-functional, cabinet-quality wood shop/dirty lab. The lab is capable of creating fine pieces of wood art, creating industrial strength structures, and hand crafted furniture.