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U.S. Department of Energy Plans Second Target Station at Oak Ridge National Lab

Published 7/19/2024

The U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Science has selected Hensel Phelps to deliver the Second Target Station (STS) at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Part of a significant upgrade of the Spallation Neutron Source, the new facility will provide transformational neutron capabilities that will advance scientific discovery and solve emerging societal challenges. The development represents an investment of up to $3 billion and will be built over the course of eight years.

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Brown University Begins Site Work for Integrated Life Sciences Building

Published 7/18/2024

Brown University began demolition in summer of 2024 to make way for the Integrated Life Sciences Building (ILSB) in Providence’s Jewelry District. Standing seven stories high, the 300,000-sf facility will provide six levels of wet and dry laboratories for research programs in biology, medicine, neuroscience, bioengineering, and public health. TenBerke and Ballinger designed the center with a publicly accessible ground floor that will offer a forum, gallery, and café.

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Virginia Tech Opens Hitt Hall

Published 7/17/2024

Virginia Tech will open the $85 million Hitt Hall in August of 2024. Providing 33,000 sf of dedicated space for the Myers-Lawson School of Construction, the 99,429-sf facility also integrates leading-edge academic spaces and dining amenities. The three-story structure features the Innovation Lab, a high-bay venue where students can work on large-scale projects, with the surrounding Innovation Plaza supplying additional capacity for outdoor instruction and demonstrations.

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Cleveland Clinic Plans Global Peak Performance Center

Published 7/16/2024

Cleveland Clinic is planning to construct a 210,000-sf sports science facility that will also serve as the new home for the Cleveland Cavaliers. Populous designed the Global Peak Performance Center to support the health of athletes of all levels while positioning the city as an international destination for wellness. 

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Colorado State University Expands Veterinary Health & Education Complex

Published 7/15/2024

Colorado State University broke ground in May of 2024 on a $230 million redevelopment of the Veterinary Health and Education Complex (VEHC) in Fort Collins. Designed by Clark & Enersen, the expansion and renovation project will feature a 213,000-sf replacement teaching hospital that will offer unique opportunities for immersive education. The sustainable structure will feature two 80-seat active learning classrooms with interactive workstations, as well as eight exam rooms equipped with advanced simulation technologies.

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