The University of North Carolina at Greensboro broke ground in April of 2018 on the $105 million Nursing and Instructional Building. Accommodating STEM programs for the College of Arts & Sciences, the School of Health and Human Sciences, and the College of Nursing, the five-story, 180,000-sf facility will provide simulation training suites, classrooms, research labs, faculty offices, and teaching labs for biology, chemistry, and anatomy. Occupancy is expected in summer of 2020. A new chiller plant will also be constructed. The project team includes design architect LS3P Associates and a joint venture of DPR Construction and Rodgers Builders as construction manager at risk.