Georgia State University Plans Global Infectious Diseases Research Facility

Published 4-1-2020
  • Georgia State University - Global Infectious Diseases Research Facility
  • Georgia State University - Global Infectious Diseases Research Facility
  • Georgia State University - Global Infectious Diseases Research Facility
  • Georgia State University - Global Infectious Diseases Research Facility
  • Georgia State University - Global Infectious Diseases Research Facility
  • Georgia State University - Global Infectious Diseases Research Facility

    Courtesy of HOK.

  • Georgia State University - Global Infectious Diseases Research Facility

    Courtesy of HOK.

  • Georgia State University - Global Infectious Diseases Research Facility

    Courtesy of HOK.

  • Georgia State University - Global Infectious Diseases Research Facility

    Courtesy of HOK.

  • Georgia State University - Global Infectious Diseases Research Facility

    Courtesy of HOK.

Georgia State University is planning to construct an $84 million research building in Atlanta for the study of global infectious diseases. Designed by HOK, the 84,100-sf biocontainment facility will provide BSL-3 and BSL-4 labs, a vivarium, collaborative open research areas, offices, and support space. A design-bid-build contractor is being sought for the project, which has an estimated construction cost of $66 million. The structure represents the third phase of development at the university's Science Park and is slated for completion in 2022.

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