The Medical College of Wisconsin opened the $90 million Hub for Collaborative Medicine in February of 2018 in Wauwatosa. Designed by Flad Architects, the eight-story, 318,000-sf administrative building can house 1,500 occupants, including clinicians, researchers, faculty members, and administrative staff. The facility is physically connected to the existing Medical Education and Health Research Center buildings to the north at multiple levels, and connected to the Wisconsin Diagnostic Laboratory Building to the south by an enclosed elevated skywalk. Providing flexible workspaces and resources that are shared among departments and programs, the Hub for Collaborative Medicine offers modular workstations, enclosed offices, conference rooms, and informal collaboration spaces. Construction manager CG Schmidt broke ground on the project in March of 2016.