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  • Rowan University and Rutgers University-Camden Build Joint Health Sciences Center

    Dateline Camden, N.J.

    Rowan University and Rutgers University-Camden are building the Joint Health Sciences Center in Camden, N.J. Designed by HOK, the $70 million project comprises two joined buildings offering classrooms, laboratories, offices, and research space.

  • Eastern Washington University Breaks Ground on Interdisciplinary Science Center

    Dateline Cheney, Wash.

    Eastern Washington University broke ground in June of 2018 on the 101,352-sf Interdisciplinary Science Center in Cheney. The four-story project will provide a 100-seat classroom, teaching labs, study areas, offices, and support spaces for the departments of biology, chemistry, geology, and physics.

  • Harvard Researchers Highlight Nine Foundations of Healthy Buildings

    Dateline Cambridge, Mass.

    Harvard University's Center for Climate Health and the Global Environment (C-CHANGE) has created the Healthy Buildings Program to study the effects of the built environment on health, productivity, and wellbeing. The nine foundations of a healthy building can optimize occupant health, preferably in a smoke-free environment with active design to promote movement.

  • Cardiff University Plans Innovation Central

    Dateline Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom

    Cardiff University will begin construction in September of 2018 on the £50 million Innovation Central facility in Wales in the United Kingdom.

  • Marshall University Breaks Ground on School of Pharmacy

    Dateline Huntington, Va.

    Marshall University broke ground in June of 2018 on a 49,722-sf facility for the School of Pharmacy in Huntington, Va. Strategically located on the Edwards School of Medicine's Fairfields Campus to promote interdisciplinary education, the three-story building will provide teaching, research, administrative, and communal spaces.

  • Vertex Pharmaceuticals Opens San Diego Research Facility

    Dateline San Diego

    Vertex Pharmaceuticals opened a 170,000-sf R&D facility in San Diego in June of 2018. Although over 70 percent of the Torrey Pines center is dedicated to research, the project also features a 4,000-sf business incubator suite and a 1,500-sf learning lab for STEAM programs in science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics.

  • Montana State University Billings Plans Yellowstone Science and Allied Health Building

    Dateline Billings, Mont.

    Montana State University Billings is planning to renovate an existing facility to create the 80,000-sf Yellowstone Science and Allied Health Building. Designed by DSA Architects, the $15 million project includes construction of a three-story, 30,000-sf addition providing 16 teaching labs, 11 research labs, classrooms, and a shared equipment core.

  • VCU Health Breaks Ground on Outpatient Facility

    Dateline Richmond, Va.

    Virginia Commonwealth University and VCU Health broke ground in June of 2018 on a $349 million outpatient facility in Richmond.

  • Williams College Opens South Science Building

    Dateline Williamstown, Mass.

    Williams College opened the $66 million South Science Building in June of 2018. Located in Williamstown, Mass., the 78,000-sf interdisciplinary teaching and research facility provides 30 laboratories, 31 faculty offices, a microscopy suite, and a machine shop with a design lab, 3D printers, and laser and plasma cutters.

  • University of Aberystwyth Plans BSL-3 Veterinary Hub

    Dateline Aberystwyth, United Kingdom

    The University of Aberystwyth is planning to create VetHub 1, a human and animal health research facility in the United Kingdom. Located on the Penglais campus in Aberystwyth, the project includes the renovation and expansion of an existing 5,231-sf structure to provide three BSL-3 labs, two BSL-2 labs, and associated office spaces.