Swansea University is planning to construct the £30 million Center for Integrative Semiconductor Materials in Wales in the United Kingdom. The three-story, 46,500-sf facility will house cleanrooms, labs, and offices to support the creation of advanced semiconductor materials, processes, and technologies. Located on the Bay Campus, the multidisciplinary project will integrate manufacturing, research, and development operations as well as offering business incubation and workforce development opportunities. BREEAM Excellent sustainable design will be sought for the structure, which will feature heat recovery systems and photovoltaic arrays. Kier Construction is the general contractor for the project, which is slated for completion in summer of 2022.