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  • WuXi Biologics Constructs Dundalk Single-Use Production Facility

    6-15-2019
    Dateline Dundalk, Ireland

    WuXi Biologics began construction in May of 2019 on a $365 million pharmaceutical production facility in Dundalk, Ireland. Sited on 52 acres, the 522,000-sf contract manufacturing center will utilize single-use technologies and processes, enabling cost-effective scale-out and the simultaneous production of multiple batches of varying volumes.

  • Central Washington University Plans Health Sciences Building

    6-14-2019
    Dateline Ellensburg, Wash.

    Central Washington University is planning to begin construction in late fall of 2019 on a $50 million health sciences building in Ellensburg. The 80,748-gsf facility will provide leading-edge learning environments for programs in clinical physiology, nutrition, paramedicine, public health, and exercise sciences.

  • Hackensack Meridian Health Opens Center for Discovery and Innovation

    6-13-2019
    Dateline Nutley, N.J.

    Hackensack Meridian Health opened the Center for Discovery and Innovation in May of 2019 in Nutley, N.J.

  • University of Colorado Breaks Ground on Business & Engineering Expansion

    6-12-2019
    Dateline Boulder, Colo.

    The University of Colorado broke ground in June of 2019 on a $45 million business and engineering expansion in Boulder.

  • Iovance Biotherapeutics Plans Production Facility at Philadelphia Navy Yard

    6-11-2019
    Dateline Philadelphia

    Iovance Biotherapeutics entered into a lease agreement in May of 2019 to construct a 136,000-sf facility at the Philadelphia Navy Yard. Featuring modular processes for optimal scalability, the building will support commercial and clinical production of therapeutics based on tumor-infiltrating lymphocyte (TIL) technologies.

  • Seattle University Breaks Ground on Center for Science and Innovation

    6-10-2019
    Dateline Seattle

    Seattle University broke ground in May of 2019 on the $100 million Center for Science and Innovation. Designed by EYP Architecture and Engineering and Mithūn Image, the five-story, 111,000-sf facility will house the College of Science and Engineering's programs in biology, chemistry, and computer science.

  • University of South Florida Plans Genshaft Honors College

    6-9-2019
    Dateline Tampa, Fla.

    The University of South Florida is planning to build the $47 million Judy Genshaft Honors College in Tampa. Funded by a $20 million donation from the former system president, the five-story, 80,000-sf facility will feature interwoven spaces including classrooms, study areas, faculty and advisor offices, event venues, collaboration spaces, and a music and computer lab.

  • Siemens Launches Smart Manufacturing Innovation Center Chengdu

    6-8-2019
    Dateline Chengdu, China

    Siemens officially launched the Smart Manufacturing Innovation Center in May of 2019 in Chengdu, China. Located in the Chengdu High-tech Zone, the facility houses the Smart Manufacturing Center of Excellence, the Smart Manufacturing Professional Lab, the Industry Solutions Research Center, and the Talent Training Platform.

  • Trinity College Dublin Opens Business School

    6-7-2019
    Dateline Dublin, Ireland

    Trinity College Dublin opened the $90 million Trinity Business School in May of 2019 in the Republic of Ireland. Offering six stories above grade and two below, the 123,000-sf facility features an innovation and entrepreneurship hub, smart classrooms, a 600-seat auditorium, a rooftop conference room, and a 200-person dining area.

  • The Rockefeller University Dedicates Biomedical Research Campus

    6-6-2019
    Dateline New York

    The Rockefeller University dedicated the $500 million Stavros Niarchos Foundation–David Rockefeller River Campus in May of 2019 in New York. The 160,000-sf complex features the $300 million, 135,600-sf Marie-Josée and Henry R. Kravis Research Building which provides flexible labs, two amphitheaters, offices, conference rooms, a dining area, and outdoor terraces.