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  • Fujifilm Cellular Dynamics Creates Biomanufacturing Center

    Dateline Madison, Wis.

    Fujifilm Cellular Dynamics is creating a stem cell manufacturing center in Madison, Wis. Located in the University Research Park, the $21 million project involves the renovation of 31,500 sf in a facility near the company's existing lab and office building. The completed biomanufacturing plant will meet the requirements of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.

  • University of Sheffield Constructs Social Sciences Building

    Dateline Sheffield, United Kingdom

    The University of Sheffield will begin construction in early 2019 on a £65 million social sciences building in the United Kingdom. Designed by HLM Architects, the four-story, 178,000-sf facility will accommodate 13 departments and multiple research institutes in an innovative working environment.

  • Georgia Southern University Opens Health Professions Academic Building

    Dateline Statesboro, Ga.

    Georgia Southern University opened the $23 million Health Professions Academic Building in January of 2019 in Statesboro, Ga. Designed by The S/L/A/M Collaborative to accommodate team-based learning, the technology-rich facility provides advanced simulation training suites, clinical skills labs, and instructional spaces.

  • Park Electrochemical Plans Aerospace Manufacturing Facility

    Dateline Newton, Kan.

    Park Electrochemical Corporation is planning a $19 million expansion of its aerospace design, development, and manufacturing operations in Newton, Kansas.

  • Santa Rosa Junior College Designs Lindley Center for STEM Education

    Dateline Santa Rosa, Calif.

    Santa Rosa Junior College is planning to build the $75 million Lindley Center for STEM Education in Santa Rosa, Calif.

  • Gustavus Adolphus College Expands and Renovates Nobel Hall of Science

    Dateline St. Peter, Minn.

    Gustavus Adolphus College is engaged in a $70 million expansion and renovation of the Nobel Hall of Science in St. Peter, Minn.

  • LAVLE USA Plans Marine Electric Propulsion Simulation Lab

    Dateline Newport News, Va.

    LAVLE USA is partnering with Old Dominion University to create the $12 million Marine Electric Propulsion Simulation (MEPS) Laboratory in Newport News, Va.

  • McLaren Health Care Breaks Ground on Lansing Hospital

    Dateline Lansing, Mich.

    McLaren Health Care broke ground in December of 2018 on a $450 million medical campus in Lansing, Mich. Located in Michigan State University's Corporate Research Park, the project will include a 240-bed acute care hospital, a cancer center, and a medical services building.

  • Pomona College Plans Rains Center for Sport and Recreation

    Dateline Claremont, Calif.

    Pomona College is planning to begin construction in 2020 on the $55 million Rains Center for Sport and Recreation in Claremont, Calif. Designed by SCB, the facility will accommodate Pomona-Pitzer's athletic programs as well as acting as the campus fitness and recreation center.

  • Cornerstone College Opens De Witt Center for Science and Technology

    Dateline Grand Rapids, Mich.

    Cornerstone College opened the $15.5-million Jack and Mary De Witt Center for Science and Technology in December of 2018 in Grand Rapids, Mich.