The BUM collects, organizes and preserves the documentary material supporting the teaching and research activities of the Department of Civil Environmental and Mechanical Engineering. The library is located in a functional building with a modern architectural design. The two floors have bright and harmonious interiors, open to the surrounding environment and equipped with advanced technologies.
Located along the tree-lined avenue near the main entrance of the Engineering Campus and half-hidden in the woods that cover the hill, it boasts a wonderful view of the city.
Placement of books and magazines
Books and journal latest years are placed on shelves according to a subdivision by subject described on the panels in the rooms. On the ground floor there is most of the engineering collection; the first floor is largely occupied by the architecture and urban- planning collections, among the most complete in the area.
Course reserves are in a special section next to the Circulation desk.
Books no longer suitable for the open shelf and previous journal volumes are housed in the closed stacks, not open to the public.
The Library offers the following services:
- Access and borrowing
- Interlibrary loan and ILL/DD
- Internet access
- Photocopy service
- Library instruction
- Services for users with special needs
- Group Study Room Reservation
Floor 1: study room A with architectural collections, study room D with urban planning, topography and collections of other disciplines, Circulation and Reference desk, Self-loan totem, dining area, lockers.
Floor 0: study rooms C and B with engineering collections, photocopying and printing area, meeting room and group study room, large multipurpose room for events, conferences and cineforums, room with mobile tables for architectural workshops.
Outside the building, along one of the perimeter walls, there is a box for the quick return of books on loan. Books borrowed from BUP or BUC can also be returned here.
32,723 books and 1,056 journals (147 current subscriptions).
Sections of particular interest:
- Collection of Architecture
- A large number of national and international technical standards (printed and online versions).