Arizona State University and Mayo Clinic Break Ground on Health Futures Center

Published 5-8-2019
  • Arizona State University + Mayo Clinic - Health Futures Center
  • Arizona State University + Mayo Clinic - Health Futures Center
  • Arizona State University + Mayo Clinic - Health Futures Center
  • Arizona State University + Mayo Clinic - Health Futures Center

    Courtesy of Arizona State University.

  • Arizona State University + Mayo Clinic - Health Futures Center

    Courtesy of Arizona State University.

  • Arizona State University + Mayo Clinic - Health Futures Center

    Courtesy of Arizona State University.

Arizona State University and Mayo Clinic broke ground on the $80 million Health Futures Center in Phoenix in April of 2019. Designed by CO Architects and DFDG Architecture, the 150,000-sf facility will feature a med-tech innovation accelerator, biomedical engineering and informatics research labs, and an innovative education zone. Accommodating programs for the College of Health Solutions, the College of Nursing and Health Innovation, and the Fulton Schools of Engineering, the collaborative building will be owned and operated by the university with a desert pathway providing a scenic connection to Mayo Clinic’s adjacent hospital facility. The general contractor for the project is DPR Construction. Completion is expected in late 2020. 

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CO Architects
Architect
DPR Construction, Inc.
General Contractor