The primary administration building for the COE is McNair Hall. This building is named in honor of Dr. Ronald McNair, an A&T alum, who sadly died in NASA's Space Shuttle Challenger mission in 1986. Many of the faculty and staff offices, and  engineering classrooms are located in this building.

The Graham and Cherry Hall buildings are adjacent and connected to the McNair Hall and also have class room, office, and laboratory spaces.

The Fort Interdisciplinary Research Center Building is also home to several laboratories that house the research projects of engineering faculty members.

Hines Hall, located near the student cafeteria, is largely an engineering research building with offices and laboratories.

The PTCAM building is located off-campus on Yanceyville Street.  This facility primarily consists of laboratory space for researchers and some undergraduate senior design projects.