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  • POINT Biopharma Plans Indianapolis Manufacturing Facility

    Dateline Indianapolis

    POINT Biopharma, a clinical-stage pharmaceutical company based in Canada, is establishing its first U.S. manufacturing center in Indianapolis. The $25 million project includes the purchase and renovation of an existing 77,000-sf, food-grade structure, with additional funds to be invested in sophisticated cleanroom technologies and packaging systems.

  • University of Notre Dame Plans Fall Reopening

    Dateline Notre Dame, Ind.

    The University of Notre Dame will reopen its campus in fall of 2020. By implementing rigorous protocols for hygiene, social distancing, testing, and tracing, the university will provide students with an optimal educational experience despite the challenges presented by SARS-CoV-2. The decision to reopen was guided by three principles:

  • University of California, San Diego Plans Future College Living and Learning Neighborhood

    Dateline La Jolla, Calif.

    The University of California, San Diego is planning to break ground in late 2020 on the Future College Living and Learning Neighborhood in La Jolla, Calif.

  • Gensler's U.S. Work from Home Survey 2020 Shows Most Workers Want to Return to the Office

    Dateline San Francisco

    Gensler has published the results of its U.S. Work from Home Survey. The study explored the current experience of working from home during the pandemic and how this is influencing people’s expectations for the future workplace.

  • FM:Systems Offers Webcast on Understanding the Impact of SARS-CoV-2 on Space Utilization and Metrics

    Dateline Raleigh, N.C.

    FM:Systems is offering a webcast that will enable facilities managers to connect data with effective decision making to drive strategic organizational change in response to SARS-CoV-2. "Understanding COVID's Impact on Your Organization's Space Utilization & Metrics" will air at 11:30 AM EST on June 10, 2020.

  • University of Montana Plans College of Forestry

    Dateline Missoula, Mont.

    The University of Montana is planning to construct a new home for the W.A. Franke College of Forestry and Conservation in Missoula. Designed by HDR as a living laboratory for research and teaching, the 75,000-sf building will collocate facilities currently dispersed across campus.

  • University of Texas at San Antonio Builds Roadrunner Athletics Center of Excellence

    Dateline San Antonio

    The University of Texas at San Antonio is building the $41.5 million Roadrunner Athletics Center of Excellence (RACE). Designed by Populous and Marmon Mok, the 94,773-sf structure will create a vibrant home for UTSA Athletics, as well as providing enhanced recruiting opportunities for student athletes, coaches, and general enrollment.

  • Exyte Partners with Univercells to Create Modular Vaccine Development Facilities

    Dateline Stuttgart, Germany

    Exyte is partnering with Univercells Technologies to create modular biomanufacturing facilities to meet the increased global demand for vaccines during the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic. Exyte’s prefabricated construction system, ExyCell, is paired with Univercells’ NevoLine biomanufacturing platform which features the scale-X™ fixed-bed bioreactor at its core.

  • American University Constructs Hall of Science

    Dateline Washington, D.C.

    American University is constructing the $90 million Hall of Science in Washington, D.C.

  • Erlab Presents Webinar on Chemical Risks in the Laboratory

    Dateline Rowley, Mass.

    Erlab, a leading provider of air filtration solutions, is presenting a webinar on the mitigation of chemical risks in the laboratory at 10:00 AM BST on May 29, 2020. The one-and-a-half hour session will explore strategies for treating chemical risks at the source to enhance occupant safety and promote operational efficiency.