University of Central Arkansas Breaks Ground on Integrated Health Sciences Building

Published 10-23-2019
  • University of Central Arkansas - Integrated Health Sciences Building
  • University of Central Arkansas - Integrated Health Sciences Building
  • University of Central Arkansas - Integrated Health Sciences Building

    Courtesy of Taggart Architects.

  • University of Central Arkansas - Integrated Health Sciences Building

    Courtesy of Taggart Architects.

The University of Central Arkansas broke ground in October of 2019 on the $37.7 million Integrated Health Sciences Building in Conway. Designed by Taggart Architects, the 80,000-sf facility provides technology-rich classrooms and collaboration spaces for the College of Health and Behavioral Sciences. Housing the School of Nursing and the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, the four-story building will include classrooms, faculty and staff offices, the Nabholz Center for Healthcare Simulation, and the Interprofessional Teaching Center. Nabholz Construction is the general contractor for the project, which is slated for completion in fall of 2021.