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

    8-17-2019
    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

    8-16-2019
    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

    8-15-2019
    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

    8-14-2019
    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

    8-13-2019
    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

    8-12-2019
    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

    8-11-2019
    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

    8-10-2019
    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

    8-9-2019
    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

    8-8-2019
    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.