Mayo Clinic began construction in April of 2022 on the $134.6 million Integrated Education and Research Building in Phoenix. Designed CO Architects and DFDG Architecture, the 150,000-sf facility will house the College of Medicine and Science and its five schools: the Alix School of Medicine, the School of Graduate Medical Education, the School of Health Sciences, the School of Biomedical Sciences, and the School of Continuous Professional Development. The three-story structure will also provide more than 20 biomedical and translational research labs where clinicians and scientists will collaboratively develop new therapies and technologies. DPR Construction is the general contractor for the project, which is slated for completion in 2024.
Sited adjacent to Arizona State University's Health Futures Center, the Integrated Education and Research Building is part of a $748 million expansion plan that will double the size of Mayo's north Phoenix campus by adding 1.6 million sf of clinical, research, and academic space.