Colorado State University opened the $65 million C. Wayne McIlwraith Translational Medicine Institute in May of 2019 in Fort Collins. The 130,000-sf facility provides the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences with equine and small animal surgery suites, flexible research labs, imaging rooms, instructional spaces, a surgical skills training lab, executive offices, and a 200-seat lecture hall. Featuring a three-story atrium, the collaborative project offers over 5,000 sf of innovation space to support the development of advanced biomedical therapies for both animals and humans. Ground was broken on the project in June of 2017. The Clark Enersen Partners provided architectural, laboratory planning, mechanical and electrical engineering, and interior design services.