Michigan State University Breaks Ground on Biomedical Research Facility

Published 6-29-2015

Michigan State University broke ground in June of 2015 on an $88.1 million biomedical research facility in the Grand Rapids Innovation Park. The six-story, 162,800-sf project will provide the College of Human Medicine with open labs to support up to 44 research teams. Designed by SmithGroupJJR with Ellenzweig as laboratory design consultant, the facility will feature core labs for flow cytometry, bioinformatics, microscopy, and long-term storage. The project is being built by a joint venture of Rockford Construction and Clark Construction Company. Completion is expected in fall of 2017.

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Architect
Ellenzweig
Laboratory Design Consultant
Clark Construction Group, Inc.
General Contractor