University of Washington and Gonzaga University Break Ground on Health Partnership Building

Published 10-6-2020
  • University of Washington & Gonzaga University - Health Partnership Building
  • University of Washington & Gonzaga University - Health Partnership Building
  • University of Washington & Gonzaga University - Health Partnership Building
  • University of Washington & Gonzaga University - Health Partnership Building
  • University of Washington & Gonzaga University - Health Partnership Building

    Courtesy of CollinsWoerman.

  • University of Washington & Gonzaga University - Health Partnership Building

    Courtesy of CollinsWoerman.

  • University of Washington & Gonzaga University - Health Partnership Building

    Courtesy of CollinsWoerman.

  • University of Washington & Gonzaga University - Health Partnership Building

    Courtesy of CollinsWoerman.

The University of Washington and Gonzaga University broke ground in September of 2020 on a $60 million medical education hub in Spokane. Supporting the Regional Health Partnership initiative, the 90,000-sf facility will offer classrooms, interactive learning environments, research labs, an anatomy suite, and administrative offices. McKinstry, the developer of the public-private project, will own and manage the building, which will provide leased space for the UW School of Medicine and Gonzaga's programs in human physiology and nursing. The four-story structure will also house an innovation center, a fitness suite, retail amenities, and leasable space for companies and nonprofit organizations. Designed by CollinsWoerman, the sustainable facility will feature highly efficient building systems, photovoltaic arrays, and onsite renewable energy generation technologies. Bouten Construction is the general contractor for the project, which is slated for completion in summer of 2022.

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McKinstry
Developer
Bouten Construction
General Contractor