Colorado State University Opens Biology Building

Published 9-3-2017

Colorado State University opened the $70 million Biology Building in August of 2017 in Fort Collins. Designed by Hord Coplan Macht to foster interaction and collaboration, the four-story, 155,000-sf facility provides technology-enhanced classrooms, teaching and research labs, a lecture hall, faculty offices, and collaboration spaces. The four-story structure features highly efficient building systems and has attained LEED Gold certification. Research Facilities Design (RFD) was the laboratory design consultant for the project, which was built by Haselden Construction. Ground was broken on the facility in October of 2015.

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