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  • University of North Georgia Plans Cottrell Center for Business, Technology and Innovation

    Dateline Dahlonega, Ga

    The University of North Georgia is planning to build the $30 million Cottrell Center for Business, Technology and Innovation in Dahlonega. The 91,000-sf interdisciplinary facility will accommodate programs in computer science, cybersecurity, information systems, computer forensics, and data visualization and analytics.

  • Jodrell Bank Observatory Opens Square Kilometre Array Global Headquarters

    Dateline Macclesfield, United Kingdom

    The University of Manchester's Jodrell Bank Observatory opened the Square Kilometre Array Global Headquarters in July of 2019 in Macclesfield in the United Kingdom.

  • Michigan State University Constructs STEM Teaching and Learning Facility

    Dateline East Lansing, Mich.

    Michigan State University is building the $97.5 million STEM Teaching and Learning Facility in East Lansing.

  • University of Nevada, Reno Plans College of Business

    Dateline Reno, Nevada

    The University of Nevada, Reno is planning to construct a $100 million facility for the College of Business. Designed by Collaborative Design Studio and Robert A.M. Stern Architects, the 94,200-sf building will provide auditorium classrooms, specialized lab spaces, administrative offices, and retail amenities.

  • Hackensack Meridian Health Breaks Ground on Patient Pavilion

    Dateline Hackensack, N.J.

    Hackensack Meridian Health will break ground in August of 2019 on a 530,000-gsf pavilion at Hackensack University Medical Center in New Jersey. Providing 438,000 assignable square feet, the technology-rich facility will feature three floors of private inpatient rooms, a 50-bed intensive care unit, and 24 operating rooms, including an intraoperative MRI.

  • Piedmont Virginia Community College Plans Advanced Technical Training Center

    Dateline Charlottesville, Va.

    Piedmont Virginia Community College is planning to build the $20 million Advanced Technical Training Center in Charlottesville, Va. Designed by VMDO as a vibrant hub for academic life, the 45,000-sf facility will provide instructional spaces, administrative offices, and labs for advanced manufacturing, robotics, forensics, and cybersecurity.

  • University of Pennsylvania Constructs Entrepreneurship Hub

    Dateline Philadelphia

    The University of Pennsylvania broke ground in June of 2019 on the $46 million Tangen Hall in Philadelphia. Designed by KSS Architects, the seven-story, 768,000-sf building will house the Integrated Product Design Program, the Venture Lab, the Goergen Entrepreneurial Management Program, the Weiss Tech House, the Sol C.

  • ADC Bio Completes Cleanroom Facility

    Dateline Deeside, Wales, United Kingdom

    ADC Bio completed construction of a £5 million bioconjugation cleanroom in July of 2019. Located within the company's 70,000-sf facility in Deeside in the United Kingdom, the GMP lab will support the commercial manufacture of innovative antibody-drug conjugates for the treatment of cancer.

  • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Approves Master Plan

    Dateline Chapel Hill, N.C.

    The University of Carolina at Chapel Hill approved a new campus master plan in summer of 2019. Focusing on renovation and renewal of existing facilities, the plan will support the creation of mixed-use environments, new transportation resources, and the leveraging of physical assets for innovative and efficient uses.

  • Colorado State University Plans National Western Center Campus

    Dateline Denver

    Colorado State University will break ground in early 2020 on the $200 million National Western Center Campus in Denver. The 250-acre site will be redeveloped to house three new buildings accommodating research and experiential education programs on global issues including water, food, sustainability, and human and animal health.