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National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility Opens in Kansas
The National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility (NBAF) opened in May of 2023 in Manhattan, Kan.
University of Wisconsin-Madison Breaks Ground on School of Computer, Data & Information Sciences
The University of Wisconsin-Madison broke ground in April of 2023 on a $260 million facility for the School of Computer, Data & Information Sciences.
Integrating 21st Century Specialized cGMP Labs into Challenging, Outdated Spaces
Repurposing non-research facilities to house specialized life sciences and therapeutics labs is a growing trend sparked by real estate inventory and the fiscal practicality of renovation rather than new construction. The vacancy rate throughout the United States for lab space in the fourth quarter of 2022 was 6 percent versus 19.5 percent for office space, according to the Jones Lang LaSalle real estate transparency index. The vacancy rates for 2021 were less than 4 percent for labs and approximately 15 percent for offices.
Western Washington University Breaks Ground on Computer Science and Engineering Building
Western Washington University broke ground in March of 2023 on the $73.6 million Kaiser Borsari Hall in Bellingham.
Project Profile: Student Success District
The Student Success District is a ground-breaking addition to the University of Arizona’s urban fabric. The design strengthens connections between new and existing structures, activates underutilized spaces, and prioritizes the student experience. The complex project revitalizes the Main Library and the Bear Down Gymnasium, reorients the entry to the Albert B. Weaver Science-Engineering Library, and merges the buildings with a new 55,000-sf Center for Academic Success.
University of Virginia Builds Contemplative Commons
The University of Virginia is building the $67.1 million Contemplative Commons in Charlottesville.
University of California, Riverside Breaks Ground on School of Business
The University of California, Riverside, will break ground in early 2023 on an $87 million facility for the School of Business.
University of Texas at El Paso Breaks Ground on Advanced Manufacturing and Aerospace Center
The University of Texas at El Paso broke ground on the $80 million Advanced Manufacturing and Aerospace Center in late August of 2022.
University of North Carolina Wilmington Expands Randall Library
The University of North Carolina Wilmington is expanding the William Randall Library to enhance the student experience with new venues for knowledge exchange and discovery.
Hans Rosling Center for Population Health
The Hans Rosling Center for Population Health at the University of Washington (UW) is designed to realize the vision of the university’s Population Health Initiative, a 25-year mission to address the most persistent and emerging global challenges affecting human health, environmental resilience, and social and economic equity. The nine-story Center provides space for collaborative group work, active learning, offices, and training for the UW Department of Global Health, the Institute for Health Metrics & Evaluation (IHME), the UW School of Public Health, and the offices of the Population Health Initiative. The project was made possible by a $210 million gift from The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and $15 million in earmarked funding from Washington State.