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Pennsylvania State University is planning to construct the $98.5 million Animal, Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences Building in University Park.
Royal Caribbean Cruises began construction in June of 2019 on its $300 million headquarters in Miami.
Pennsylvania State University dedicated the $144 million Chemical and Biomedical Engineering Building in April of 2019 in University Park.
The University of Colorado is building the $61.4 million William J. Hybl Sports Medicine and Performance Center in Colorado Springs.
Florida Polytechnic University is planning to build the Applied Research Center in Lakeland.
An emerging new model for hybrid translational healthcare facilities combines scientific research with university and professional athletic programs to increase community engagement and student wellbeing. From integrating sports training facilities with medical clinics and applied research, to incorporating fitness gyms, running tracks, and rock-climbing walls into student lounges and public spaces, the combination of athletics and recreation with other programs offers an innovative vision for academic facility design.
Stanford University is building the Center for Academic Medicine in Palo Alto, Calif.