The University of Oklahoma opened the 75,500-sf Gallogly Hall in late September of 2019 in Norman. Designed by Page Southerland Page to house the Stephenson School of Biomedical Engineering, the facility provides technology-rich classrooms and teaching labs, a large lecture hall, a maker space, faculty and graduate student offices, interactive learning venues, and a rooftop terrace. Supporting collaborative research with the OU Medicine Stephenson Cancer Center, Gallogly Hall will enable the development of imaging tools for early cancer detection and the creation of fusion protein cancer therapies. Additionally, the interdisciplinary facility will accommodate the study of diabetes prevention and treatment, biomechanics, biotechnology, and nanotechnology. Comprising four stories and a basement level, the building also houses the offices of the Diversity and Inclusion program. Construction manager JE Dunn broke ground on the project in April of 2017.