Tradeline, Inc. filters and categorizes new-construction and industry news from regional and professional journals across the country. Here you will find new projects, products, and regulatory updates.
Dateline Hanoi, Vietnam
Samsung Electronics broke ground in March of 2020 on a $220 million research and development center in Hanoi, Vietnam. The 860,000-sf facility will support the creation of innovative mobile devices and applications, as well as providing laboratories for the study of artificial intelligence, big data, the internet of things, and 5G technologies.
Dateline Harrisburg, Pa.
Harrisburg University of Science and Technology will break ground in summer of 2020 on a $100 million academic tower in Harrisburg, Pa.
Dateline Dubai, United Arab Emirates
The Dubai Electricity and Water Authority opened the 47,360-sf Research and Development Centre in March of 2020.
The University of Illinois at Chicago will break ground in November of 2020 on the $118 million Computer Design Research and Learning Center.
Arizona State University broke ground on the $118 million ASU Downtown Phoenix Residence Hall and Entrepreneurial Center in March of 2020.
Dateline Billingham, United Kingdom
Fujifilm Diosynth Biotechnologies began construction in March of 2020 on a $14.5 million campus in Billingham in the United Kingdom. Designed by Ryder Architecture, the project will support the creation of innovative biologic, vaccine, and gene therapy products.
Dateline Madison, Wis.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison is building the 54,650-gsf Center for Dairy Research.
Dateline Portland, Ore.
Oregon Health & Science University is constructing the $50 million Elks Children's Eye Clinic Building in Portland. Designed by NBBJ, the freestanding 64,000-sf building will be physically connected to the existing Casey Eye Institute by a striking glass sky bridge.
Houston Baptist University is planning to construct a $50 million complex for the College of Science and Engineering and the School of Nursing and Allied Health.
Amicus Therapeutics opened the $25 million Global Research and Gene Therapy Center of Excellence in March of 2020 in Philadelphia. Accommodating up to 200 employees, the 75,000-sf project provides collaborative labs and offices to support the discovery and development of new therapies for rare metabolic diseases.