The University of North Carolina at Greensboro is constructing the $105 million Nursing and Instructional Building. Designed by LS3P, the 180,000-sf structure will provide a consolidated home for the School of Nursing and allow for programmatic growth to support additional enrollment. The four-story structure will feature multiple simulation training environments including hospital rooms, patient exam rooms, labor and delivery suites, and home health settings such as mock apartments. Accommodating leading-edge STEM programs in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, the student-focused building will also offer technology-rich classrooms, teaching labs, and flexible research labs for the departments of biology, chemistry, and health and human sciences. DPR Construction and Rodgers Builders are the joint-venture construction manager at risk for the project, which includes the creation of a new chiller plant. Ground was broken on the facility in April of 2018 and occupancy is expected in spring of 2021. A minimum of LEED Silver sustainable design certification will be sought for the project.