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  • Hospital Corporation of America Breaks Ground on UCF Lake Nona Medical Center

    11-11-2018
    Dateline Orlando, Fla.

    Hospital Corporation of America broke ground in October of 2018 on the $175 million UCF Lake Nona Medical Center in Orlando. Created in partnership with the University of Central Florida, the three-story, 204,000-sf teaching hospital will be built on 25 acres owned by the university in the Lake Nona Medical City development.

  • Emory University Plans Biomedical Research Facility

    11-10-2018
    Dateline Atlanta

    Emory University will begin construction in fall of 2019 on a $260 million biomedical research facility in Atlanta. Designed by HOK, the 300,000-sf facility will provide labs and offices for researchers engaged in the study of immunology, neurology, oncology, cardiology, and biomedical imaging.

  • University of Michigan-Flint Breaks Ground on Murchie Science Building Expansion

    11-9-2018
    Dateline Flint, Mich.

    The University of Michigan-Flint broke ground in October of 2018 on a 65,000-sf expansion of the William R. Murchie Science Building. Creating a third wing, the $39 million project will accommodate expanded STEM programs in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.

  • Octapharma Expands Vienna R&D Campus

    11-8-2018
    Dateline Vienna

    Octapharma celebrated the opening of a $27 million pharmaceutical R&D facility on its Vienna campus in October of 2018. Designed by ATP to provide optimal flexibility, the six-story, 68,470-gsf structure offers 48,438 assignable square feet of laboratory, office, meeting, and collaboration space.

  • University of Maryland School of Medicine Opens Health Sciences Facility III

    11-7-2018
    Dateline Baltimore

    The University of Maryland School of Medicine opened the $305 million Health Sciences Facility III in Baltimore in October of 2018. Designed by HOK and Design Collective, the 11-story, 435,000-sf building provides wet and dry labs for biomedical research, an imaging suite, offices, collaboration spaces, and conference and seminar rooms.

  • Phoenix College Opens Renovated Physical Sciences Building

    11-6-2018
    Dateline Phoenix

    Phoenix College celebrated the opening of its renovated physical sciences building in November of 2018.

  • Uptown Consortium Plans CoMade Innovation Hub

    11-5-2018
    Dateline Cincinnati

    Uptown Consortium is planning to build the $26 million CoMade innovation hub in Cincinnati. Designed by BDR Design Group, the three-story, 100,000-sf facility will provide leasable space for startup companies engaged in product development and early-stage manufacturing operations.

  • California State University-Chico Breaks Ground on Physical Sciences Building

    11-4-2018
    Dateline Chico, Calif.

    California State University-Chico broke ground on a $101 million physical sciences building in October of 2018.

  • Sam Houston State University Plans College of Osteopathic Medicine

    11-3-2018
    Dateline Conroe, Texas

    Sam Houston State University will break ground in late 2018 on a 107,000-sf facility for the College of Osteopathic Medicine in Conroe, Texas.

  • Ramaco Builds Carbon Advanced Materials Facility

    11-2-2018
    Dateline Sheridan, Wyo.

    Ramaco Carbon began construction in October of 2018 on the Carbon Advanced Materials (iCAM) facility in Sheridan, Wyo. Providing collaborative research space for academic, government, and industry partners, the 10,000-sf building will include a 3D printing and manufacturing suite, a pilot plant, laboratories, and offices.