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  • X Corp Solutions Opens Quantico Cyber Hub

    Dateline Stafford, Va.

    Defense contractor X Corp Solutions opened the $10 million Quantico Cyber Hub in September of 2019 in Stafford, Va. The three-story, 30,000-sf facility provides state-of-the-art classrooms for cybersecurity education and training programs.

  • University of Warwick Plans Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research Building

    Dateline Coventry, United Kingdom

    The University of Warwick is planning to build the £54.3 million Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research Building in Coventry in the United Kingdom. Designed by Hawkins\Brown, the 75,000-sf facility will include flexible open labs for up to 300 researchers, a 400-seat lecture hall, a café, a large public entrance, and exhibition space.

  • Lafayette College Opens Rockwell Integrated Science Center

    Dateline Easton, Pa.

    Lafayette College opened the $75 million Rockwell Integrated Sciences Center in August of 2019 in Easton, Pa. Designed by Payette to foster interdisciplinary collaboration, the 103,000-sf facility houses the departments of biology, computer science, and environmental studies and science, as well as accommodating programs in neuroscience and engineering.

  • Pfizer Constructs Sanford Gene Therapy Facility

    Dateline Sanford, N.C.

    Pfizer is initiating a $500 million expansion of its Sanford campus with the construction of a 100,000-sf gene therapy facility. Supporting the creation of innovative treatments for genetic diseases, the project will feature advance manufacturing technologies for clinical and commercial-scale production of recombinant adeno-associated virus (rAAV) vectors.

  • Towson University Designs College of Health Professions

    Dateline Towson, Md.

    Towson University is planning to construct a $166 million facility for the College of Health Professions in Towson, Md.

  • University of Lethbridge Opens Science Commons

    Dateline Lethbridge, AB, Canada

    The University of Lethbridge opened the CAD$280 million Science Commons in September of 2019 in Lethbridge, Alberta.

  • Air Force Research Laboratory Constructs Open Innovation Campus

    Dateline Rome, N.Y.

    The Air Force Research Laboratory will break ground in fall of 2019 on the $12 million Open Innovation Campus in Rome, N.Y. Located at Griffiss International Airport, the facility is being constructed in partnership with SUNY Polytechnic Institute, The Griffiss Institute, and Oneida County.

  • University of Cincinnati Opens Linder School of Business

    Dateline Cincinnati

    The University of Cincinnati opened the $120 million Carl H. Linder School of Business in August of 2019. Designed by Henning Larsen Architects and KZF Design, the four-story, 225,000-sf building features a three-story atrium, a 250-seat auditorium, and a 150-seat, two-story lecture hall.

  • Miami Dade College Opens Center for Learning, Innovation and Simulation

    Dateline Miami

    Miami Dade College opened the $56 million Center for Learning, Innovation and Simulation in September of 2019 in Miami. Designed by Kahler Slater and Harvard Jolly Architecture, the 132,000-sf facility features a simulation hospital with 15 patient rooms utilizing sophisticated mannequins for medical training.

  • Raytheon Plans Advanced Manufacturing Facility

    Dateline McKinney, Texas

    Raytheon is planning to build a 200,000-sf advanced manufacturing facility in McKinney, Texas. Supporting Raytheon's Space and Airborne Systems division, the center will act as a 'factory of the future' for the production of sensors, high-energy lasers, electro-optical devices, and surveillance and reconnaissance systems. Completion is expected in late 2020.