University of Arizona Opens Biomedical Sciences Partnership Building in Phoenix

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University of Arizona Opens Biomedical Sciences Partnership Building in Phoenix

The University of Arizona opened the $136 million Biosciences Partnership Building in February of 2017. Located on the Phoenix Biomedical Campus, the 10-story, 245,000-sf facility houses the Center for Applied NanoBioscience and Medicine, the Institute of Molecular Medicine, the Pediatric Infectious Disease Research Lab, the Research and Translational Flow Cytometry and Immunology Core Lab, and an advanced cancer research lab. Designed by CO Architects and Ayers Saint Gross to support collaborative biomedical research, the transdisciplinary building provides wet and dry labs as well as offices, seminar rooms, and computational space. Ground was broken on the project in October of 2014 by a joint venture of DPR and Sundt Construction.

Organizations: 
  • CO Architects - Architect
  • Ayers Saint Gross - Architect
  • DPR Construction, Inc. - Construction Manager
  • Sundt Construction - Construction Manager