The University of Colorado broke ground in late January of 2019 on the $176 million Anschutz Health Sciences Building in Aurora. Designed by ZGF Architects and Anderson Mason Dale Architects, the seven-story, 390,00-sf facility will provide computational laboratories, classrooms, mental and behavioral health research clinics, a medical simulation training hub, faculty offices, and space for clinical trials. Supporting initiatives in personalized medicine and bioinformatics, the collaborative project will create a new entry point to the Anschutz Medical Campus via an art-enhanced path connecting many campus buildings. The general contractor for the facility is JE Dunn Construction. LEED Gold sustainable design certification will be sought for the building, which is slated for completion in mid-2021.