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  • GRAM Opens Cleanroom and Formulation Facility

    Dateline Grand Rapids, Mich.

    Grand River Aseptic Manufacturing (GRAM) opened a $60 million facility for injectable fill-and-finish operations in June of 2020. Tripling GRAM's existing footprint in Grand Rapids, Mich., the 61,500-sf expansion provides a Grade C cleanroom, two formulation suites, and 14,000 sf of shell space to accommodate future growth.

  • United States Conference of Mayors Approves Healthy Buildings Resolution

    Dateline New York

    The United States Conference of Mayors (USCM) approved a healthy buildings resolution in June of 2020. "Advancing Healthy Buildings in the Fight Against COVID-19" will support the implementation of integrated solutions for the design and operation of public facilities.

  • Howard University and Adventist HealthCare Plan Academic Teaching Hospital

    Dateline Washington

    Howard University is partnering with Adventist HealthCare to create a $450 million academic teaching hospital in Washington. Featuring a Level I trauma center, the 600,000-sf, 225-bed complex will offer state-of-the-art facilities for patient care and medical education. An adjacent building housing clinical offices will also be constructed.

  • Atlassian Plans Sydney Headquarters

    Dateline Sydney

    Atlassian, a leading Australian software development company, is planning to construct a 40-story headquarters tower in Sydney. Anchoring a new technology precinct, the project is expected to be the tallest hybrid timber building in the world when it opens in 2025.

  • York University Plans Neuroscience Laboratory and Research Building

    Dateline Toronto

    York University will begin construction in early 2021 on the 53,420-sf Neuroscience Laboratory and Research Building in Toronto. Designed by HDR, the two-story facility will provide sophisticated wet labs, research offices, and labs for neuropsychology and kinesiology.

  • Auburn University Builds Culinary Science Center

    Dateline Auburn, Ala.

    Auburn University is building the $110 million Tony & Libba Rane Culinary Science Center in Auburn, Ala.

  • Arc Skoru Launches Re-Entry Platform for Building Reoccupancy During the SARS-CoV-2 Pandemic

    Dateline Washington

    Arc Skoru has launched the Arc Re-Entry platform to support the safe reoccupancy of buildings during the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic. Providing facilities owners and managers with a set of tools for data acquisition and analysis, Arc Re-Entry can be used to:

  • University of Salford Plans Centre of Excellence in Intelligent Automation and Robotics

    Dateline Salford, United Kingdom

    The University of Salford will begin construction in September of 2020 on the £13 million Centre of Excellence in Intelligent Automation and Robotics in the United Kingdom. Designed by 5plus architects, the 24,000-sf facility will provide a variety of instructional spaces as well as specialized labs for robotics, manufacturing, and health technologies.

  • Wake Technical Community College Constructs Biotechnology Building

    Dateline Morrisville, N.C.

    Wake Technical Community College is constructing the $33.4 million RTP2 building in Morrisville, N.C. Designed by O'Brien Atkins Associates, the 66,000-sf facility will provide sophisticated classrooms and laboratories for the school's growing biotechnology programs.

  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Plans High Containment Continuity Laboratory

    Dateline Atlanta

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) will begin construction in early 2021 on the 160,000-sf High Containment Continuity Laboratory in Atlanta. Designed by a joint venture of Flad Architects and Page Southerland Page, the BSL-4 facility will support the CDC's mission to rapidly detect and mitigate public health hazards.