Michigan Technological University will begin construction in May of 2022 on the H-STEM Engineering and Health Technologies Complex in Houghton. Designed by HED, the $45 million project will accommodate integrated educational programs in health-related fields and accelerate the creation of human-centered technological innovations. Existing instructional venues in the Chemical Sciences and Engineering Building will be renovated, while a 62,000-sf addition will provide shared and flexible laboratory spaces where multidisciplinary teams can engage in collaborative learning, training, and research. Targeting LEED sustainable design certification, the H-STEM Complex will enhance operational efficiencies by collocating the departments of chemistry, chemical engineering, biomedical engineering, and kinesiology and integrative physiology. Granger is the construction manager at risk for the development, which is slated for occupancy in spring of 2024.