The University of Hawaii at Hilo dedicated the $31 million Daniel K. Inouye College of Pharmacy in December of 2019. Designed by SmithGroup and WCIT Architecture, the 45,000-sf facility offers technology-rich environments for applied learning including collaborative classrooms, teaching labs, seminar rooms, and a simulated pharmacy. The three-story structure includes research labs for pharmaceutical discovery as well as a medication therapy management suite, consultation rooms, and a resource center. Lecture halls are equipped with advanced audiovisual technologies to enable distance-teaching by faculty located at other campuses and clinics. The structure, which is located in University Research Park, also provides faculty and administrative offices, seminar and breakout rooms, study spaces, and a student lounge. LEED Silver sustainable design certification will be sought for the project, which broke ground in September of 2016. The general contractor was Isemoto Contracting.