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Clark & Enersen

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Clark & Enersen’s Science and Technology team specializes in the planning, programming, and design of instructional and research facilities, animal research facilities, analytical and diagnostic facilities, and pharmaceutical production facilities. As a full-service firm, they provide projects for higher education institutions, government agencies, private industries, and public-private partnerships (P3). This includes designing spaces for teaching and discovery, health science and biomedical research, veterinary and agricultural science, and engineering education and research. The firm takes a holistic approach to facility design that ensures the complete integration of laboratory planning, architecture, interior design, and mechanical, electrical, and structural engineering systems and equipment. They were recently ranked #15 on the 2020 Giants 400 rankings of the nation’s largest science and technology facilities firms.

Gregory S. Lattig, AIA

2020 Baltimore Avenue
Suite 300
Kansas City, MO 64108
United States


In the News

Colorado State University Constructs Johnson Family Equine Hospital

Published 7/19/2020

Colorado State University is constructing the $34.6 million Johnson Family Equine Hospital on the South Campus in Fort Collins. Located in the Veterinary Health Complex on CSU’s South Campus, the 85,000-sf project will provide translational research and treatment facilities including sophisticated operating rooms, an equine sports medicine center, advanced imaging suites, a dedicated isolation unit, and rehabilitation and therapy areas.

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Colorado State University Breaks Ground on Animal Health Complex

Published 5/18/2020

Colorado State University broke ground in May of 2020 on the $60 million Vida building in Denver. The 114,000-sf facility represents the first phase of construction at CSU's $200 million Spur campus at the National Western Center. The 250-acre site is being redeveloped to create a vibrant hub for the exploration of global issues including human and animal health, water quality, and sustainable food systems. 

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Emerging Diseases in Animal and Public Health Drive South Dakota Facility Design

Published 1/15/2020

An “onion skin” layout of lab adjacencies and biocontainment strategies derived from a thorough risk assessment process are highlights of the new construction for the South Dakota Animal Disease Research and Diagnostic Laboratory (ADRDL) in Brookings, S.D. The new 84,000-gsf (41,000-nsf) building, an addition to the original facility, will provide space to accommodate the burgeoning demand for molecular diagnostics while bringing activities on both sides of the ADRDL mission—research and diagnostics—under one roof.

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Colorado State University Plans National Western Center Campus

Published 8/8/2019

Colorado State University will break ground in early 2020 on the $200 million National Western Center Campus in Denver. The 250-acre site will be redeveloped to house three new buildings accommodating research and experiential education programs on global issues including water, food, sustainability, and human and animal health.

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Colorado State University Opens McIlwraith Translational Medicine Institute

Published 5/21/2019

Colorado State University opened the $65 million C. Wayne McIlwraith Translational Medicine Institute in May of 2019 in Fort Collins. The 130,000-sf facility provides the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences with equine and small animal surgery suites, flexible research labs, imaging rooms, instructional spaces, a surgical skills training lab, executive offices, and a 200-seat lecture hall.

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