Miami University is constructing a $96 million health sciences building in Oxford, Ohio. Designed by BSA Lifestructures, the 165,000-gsf facility will create dynamic synergies between programs in nursing and allied health professions. The north wing of the three-story structure will offer classrooms, teaching labs, a fitness studio, and a wellness center. The middle wing will house research labs, faculty and staff offices, interprofessional lounges, eight simulation suites, a wet/dry training lab, two 20-bed skills labs, and a gross anatomy lab. Health clinics serving both students and employees will be located in the south wing. The project includes the renovation of Harris Hall where the university's health services are temporarily accommodated during construction. Completion is expected by summer of 2023.