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  • Rubius Therapeutics Constructs Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Facility

    10-20-2018
    Dateline Smithfield, R.I.

    Rubius Therapeutics began construction in October of 2018 on a $155 million pharmaceutical manufacturing plant in Smithfield, R.I. The project includes renovation of an existing 135,000-sf building to create a leading-edge facility for the manufacture of the company's Red Cell Therapeutics product line which includes treatments for cancer and other diseases.

  • Columbia University Opens The Forum

    10-19-2018
    Dateline New York

    Columbia University opened The Forum in September of 2018 in New York. Designed by Renzo Piano Building Workshop with Dattner Architects as executive architect, the 56,000-sf facility provides a 437-seat auditorium, conference and breakout rooms, collaboration spaces, and faculty offices.

  • Mayo Clinic Plans Phoenix Expansion

    10-18-2018
    Dateline Phoenix

    Mayo Clinic is planning a $648 million expansion of its Phoenix medical facilities. The Arizona Forward Project will add 1.4 million square feet to the existing 1.7 million-sf campus, increasing the number of inpatient beds from 280 to 374.

  • University of Iowa Breaks Ground on Psychological and Brain Sciences Building

    10-17-2018
    Dateline Iowa City, Iowa

    The University of Iowa broke ground in October of 2018 on the $33 million Psychological and Brain Sciences Building in Iowa City. Acting as a gateway to the east side of campus, the six-story, 64,000-sf teaching and research building will offer technology-rich classrooms and labs, administrative offices, conference rooms, and breakout spaces.

  • University of Texas at Arlington Opens Science and Engineering Building

    10-16-2018
    Dateline Arlington, Texas

    The University of Texas at Arlington opened the $125 million Science & Engineering Innovation & Research Building (SEIR) in September of 2018.

  • Blue Origin Plans Rocket Engine Manufacturing Plant

    10-15-2018
    Dateline Huntsville, Ala.

    Blue Origin will break ground in late 2018 on a $200 million manufacturing facility in Huntsville, Ala. Located in the Cummings Research Park, the project will produce the BE-V engine, a critical component of the United Launch Alliance’s Vulcan rocket. This technology will enable the United States to have independent access to the International Space Station.

  • Georgia Southern University Opens Interdisciplinary Academic Building

    10-14-2018
    Dateline Statesboro, Ga.

    Georgia Southern University opened the $33.6 million Interdisciplinary Academic Building in September of 2018 in Statesboro. Designed by HOK, the three-story, 110,000-sf facility provides flexible learning spaces and laboratories for the College of Health and Human Sciences.

  • Creighton University Plans Health Sciences Campus

    10-13-2018
    Dateline Phoenix

    Creighton University will begin construction in spring of 2019 on a $100 million health sciences campus in midtown Phoenix. Located at Park Central, the 200,000-sf facility will accommodate programs in medicine, nursing, pharmacy, physician assistance, emergency services, and occupational and physical therapy. Completion is expected in spring of 2021.

  • Brigham Young University Opens Engineering Building

    10-12-2018
    Dateline Provo, Utah

    Brigham Young University opened an $80 million facility for the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering in September of 2018 in Provo, Utah.

  • ETH Zurich Constructs Biosystems Science Facility

    10-11-2018
    Dateline Basel, Switzerland

    ETH Zurich, the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, began construction in September of 2018 on a biosystems science facility in Basel. Designed by Nickl & Partner Architekten, the nine-story, 400,000-sf facility will provide cleanrooms, labs, classrooms, offices, a glazed atrium, and a cafeteria.