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  • Rubius Therapeutics Constructs Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Facility

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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.