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  • College of Southern Maryland Builds Center for Health Sciences

    Dateline Hughesville, Md.

    The College of Southern Maryland is building the $31 million Center for Health Sciences in Hughesville, Md.

  • University of Texas at Austin Breaks Ground on Energy Engineering Building

    Dateline Austin, Texas

    The University of Texas at Austin broke ground in October of 2019 on the $168 million Gary L. Thomas Energy Engineering Building. Designed as a hub for energy-related education, research, and innovation, the 184,300-gsf building will feature leading-edge labs and classrooms, collaboration environments, and student project spaces.

  • Stonehill College Dedicates Meehan School of Business

    Dateline Easton, Mass.

    Stonehill College dedicated the $35 million Leo J. Meehan School of Business in October of 2019 in Easton, Mass. Designed by The S/L/A/M Collaborative, the three-story, 63,450-sf facility features adaptive classrooms, collaboration spaces, simulated trading rooms, and business innovation studios with integrated maker spaces.

  • Hyundai Construction Equipment Builds Reliability Assessment Center

    Dateline Yongin, South Korea

    Hyundai Construction Equipment began building the $64 million Reliability Assessment Center in September of 2019 in Yongin, South Korea.

  • Texas Tech University Opens Experimental Sciences Building II

    Dateline Lubbock, Texas

    Texas Tech University opened the $77 million Experimental Sciences Building II in October of 2019 in Lubbock, Texas.

  • Marshall University Opens School of Pharmacy

    Dateline Huntington, Va.

    Marshall University opened Stephen J. Kopp Hall in September of 2019 in Huntington, Va. Designed by Perkins+Will and Edward Tucker Architects, the 49,500-sf building offers instructional spaces, administrative offices, pharmacological labs, and research facilities for the School of Pharmacy. Stephen J.

  • Katerra Constructs Catalyst Building

    Dateline Spokane, Wash.

    Katerra is constructing the $40 million Catalyst Building in Spokane, Wash. The five-story, 150,000-sf facility will accommodate leased space for Eastern Washington University's programs in computer science, electrical engineering, and visual communication design.

  • Florida Polytechnic University Breaks Ground on Applied Research Center

    Dateline Lakeland, Fla.

    Florida Polytechnic University broke ground in September of 2019 on the $40.6 million Applied Research Center in Lakeland. Designed by HOK as a hub for innovation and discovery, the 85,000-sf facility will provide teaching and research labs, student design spaces, conference rooms, faculty offices, and administrative space.

  • Swarthmore College Opens First Phase of Biology, Engineering, and Psychology Building

    Dateline Swarthmore, Pa.

    Swarthmore College opened the $120 million Maxine Frank Singer '52 Hall in September of 2019 in Swarthmore, Pa. Designed by Ballinger to accommodate programs in biology, engineering, and psychology, the 160,000-sf facility provides flexible classrooms, labs, and common spaces to support enhanced pedagogical experiences linked to environmental sustainability.

  • Mayo Clinic Plans Integrated Oncology Facility

    Dateline Jacksonville, Fla.

    Mayo Clinic is planning to build a $233 million integrated oncology facility in Jacksonville, Fla. Supporting the company's Proton Beam Therapy Program, the 140,000-sf building will feature a two-gantry proton radiotherapy system which can provide precision dosing with minimal toxicity to healthy tissue.