The University of Colorado is building the $61.4 million William J. Hybl Sports Medicine and Performance Center in Colorado Springs. Designed by HOK and RTA Architects, the 104,000-sf facility will be the first of its kind to integrate undergraduate and graduate education with clinical practice and research in a sports medicine and performance environment. Accommodating programs in exercise science, human anatomy, physiology, athletic training, and nutrition, the Hybl Center will house centers of distinction in tactical and occupational performance; athletes and individuals with disabilities; and health and performance in extreme environments. The project is being created in partnership with Penrose St. Francis Centura Health, which will manage the 44,000-sf clinical component of the center. More than 42,000 sf will be devoted to teaching and research activities, including lecture halls, labs, classrooms, conference rooms, and offices. A learning café and bistro will be located at the center of the facility with collaborative areas, grab-and-go food services, and a recovery bar. Designed to attain LEED Gold sustainable design certification, the project will feature advanced building systems to promote occupant wellness and optimize energy and water performance. J.E. Dunn Construction broke ground on the facility in fall of 2018 and completion is expected in April of 2020.