High Point University Completes Health Sciences and Pharmacy Facility

Published 7-10-2017

High Point University will complete construction in summer of 2017 on the $120 million Congdon Hall in High Point, N.C. Housing the Congdon School of Health Sciences and the Fred Wilson School of Pharmacy, the 224,000-sf facility will feature a human biomechanics and physiology lab, a virtual reality and clinical gait analysis lab, advanced simulation training suites, and standardized client areas for interprofessional education. Congdon Hall was designed to support a variety of pedagogical styles to promote collaborative learning. The laboratory programming and design consultant for the project was Research Facilities Design (RFD). General contractor Frank L. Blum Construction broke ground on the facility in summer of 2015.

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Laboratory Programming and Design Consultant
Frank L. Blum Construction
General Contractor