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Avenir plans to build a $2.5 million, 23,000-sf software development facility on a 2.5 acre site in Prince William County industrial park called Innovation@Prince William. The information technology company, based in New York, plans to open the new facility in April 2001.
Virginia Tech may receive $12 million in funding from the proposed state budget to build a biomedical center and establish a biotech research center. The University of Virginia is also targeted in the proposed budget for $2.5 million to convert an abandoned hospital to a technology center at its Wise Campus.
Emory University's Winship Cancer Institute has plans to expand with a new 226,000-sf, $56 million comprehensive cancer facility. Construction is scheduled to begin in 2000.
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Massachusetts has chosen Boston's Payton Construction Corp. to manage the build-out of the company's new 380,000-sf corporate headquarters at Landmark Center. Architects Margulies & Associates and Shooshanian Engineering are also working on the headquarters.
The Scotts Co., headquartered in Columbus, Ohio, has selected three San Diego companies to provide design, construction management, and general contracting services for a new facility in Temecula. Smith Consulting Architects, Gafcon and Keeton Construction Co. began work in November 2000 on Scotts Co’s $22-million, 410,000-sf office/manufacturing/warehouse facility to produce lawn seed and fertilizer spreaders. The company is a leading supplier of consumer gardening products.