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The Medical College of Wisconsin will break ground in spring of 2016 on a $58 million administrative building in Wauwatosa.
The University of Georgia broke ground in December of 2015 on $25 million Center for Molecular Medicine in Athens.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security broke ground in May of 2015 on the $835 million National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility (NBAF) in Manhattan, Kan.
The University of Washington’s new multi-species vivarium and animal program consolidation overcomes the challenges of combining two distinct research facilities and achieves goals of flexibility, efficient operating procedures, improved animal and personnel welfare, and a sustainable financial model—thanks to the early involvement of all affected parties, detailed team-based planning, and mockups.
UF Health Shands Hospital broke ground on a $415 million expansion in January of 2015.
Rutgers University broke ground in June of 2014 on the $115 million Chemistry and Chemical Biology Building.
The Donald Danforth Plant Science Center broke ground on a $45 million research facility in May of 2014 in Creve Coeur, Mo.
The Donald Danforth Plant Science Center is planning a $74 million expansion of its St. Louis research facility.
The six-story Academic Health Sciences Centre embraces multidisciplinary, highly technical research, while supporting Saskatchewan's commitment to provide exceptional healthcare for the people of the province. Flad Architects collaborated with Henry Downing Howlett Architects to design the new D Wing, which houses research labs, animal facilities, and academic offices for biomedical and pharmaceutical researchers from the various Health Sciences Colleges and units at the University of Saskatchewan.