The new School of Management campus is starting to take shape.

A steel frame has emerged east of the intersection of Whitney Avenue and Sachem Street, formed by 4,750 pieces of steel. The building’s glass facade will be installed next, according to the School of Management’s website.

The new campus is named after Edward Evans ’64, who donated $50 million to its construction in late 2010. It was designed by Lord Norman Foster ARC ’62, and should be done by 2013. The University broke ground on the project last spring.