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  • Florida State University Dedicates Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Science Building

    Dateline Tallahassee, Fla.

    Florida State University dedicated the $65 million Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Science building in February of 2020 in Tallahassee. Designed by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson to foster interdisciplinary collaboration, the eight-story, 130,500-sf facility collocates departmental space previously scattered in eight disparate locations.

  • National Center for Atmospheric Research Breaks Ground on Broomfield Facility

    Dateline Broomfield, Colo.

    The National Center for Atmospheric Research broke ground in February of 2020 on a $22 million facility in Broomfield, Colo. Located at Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport, the two-story, 42,391-sf complex will provide advanced research labs for the study of weather, climate, and air quality.

  • University of Illinois Plans Discovery Partners Institute

    Dateline Chicago

    The University of Illinois is planning to begin construction by early 2021 on the 500,000-sf Discovery Partners Institute in Chicago. The innovation hub will provide leading-edge classrooms, labs, and collaboration spaces, as well as a multistory atrium and an immersion theater for data visualization.

  • Radford University Opens Artis College of Science and Technology

    Dateline Radford, Va.

    Radford University opened the Artis College of Science and Technology in February of 2020 in Radford, Va.

  • Rutgers and RWJBarnabas Plan Cancer Pavilion

    Dateline New Brunswick, N.J.

    Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey and RWJBarnabas Health are planning to break ground in fall of 2020 on the $750 million Cancer Pavilion in New Brunswick.

  • Kettering University Breaks Ground on Learning Commons

    Dateline Flint, Mich.

    Kettering University broke ground on the $63 million Learning Commons in January of 2020 in Flint, Mich.

  • University of Alabama at Birmingham Plans Science and Engineering Complex

    Dateline Birmingham, Ala.

    The University of Alabama at Birmingham is planning to construct the $78.5 million Science and Engineering Complex. Designed by Goodwin, Mills and Cawood, the 145,784-sf multidisciplinary facility will house interactive research labs, technology-rich classrooms, faculty and staff offices, and multiple collaboration rooms for team learning.

  • Fexco Opens Killorglin R&D Center

    Dateline Killorglin, Ireland

    Fexco opened a $23 million R&D center in January of 2020 in Killorglin, Ireland. Supported by $3.9 million in funding from Enterprise Ireland, the project involved the redevelopment of a former manufacturing site to create a collaborative nexus for entrepreneurship and economic development.

  • Rowan University Constructs Discovery Hall

    Dateline Glassboro, N.J.

    Rowan University is constructing the $46.7 million Discovery Hall in Glassboro, N.J. Providing a holistic learning environment for STEM programs in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, the four-story, 68,000-sf facility will offer six active-learning classrooms, six lecture classrooms, two conference rooms, student collaboration spaces, and faculty offices.

  • Central Michigan University Opens Center for Integrated Health Studies

    Dateline Mount Pleasant, Mich.

    Central Michigan University opened the $26 million Center for Integrated Health Studies in January of 2020 in Mount Pleasant.