Skip to main content


In the News

Prefabricated Modular Units Can Speed Development of Research Laboratory Space

Published 5/25/2022

When the National Institutes of Health was designing two new cleanroom research facilities, it faced familiar development challenges, including space constraints on an already-crowded campus, strict cleanroom guidelines, and the urgency to get scientists in the lab. The solution: prefabricated modular units. Executed well, the modular units shorten the design and construction schedule, provide better-quality spaces than stick-built laboratories or those employing modular panels that require on-site construction, and perform better for the scientific researchers who work in them.

Read More

Tarleton State University Breaks Ground on Interprofessional Education Building

Published 4/1/2022

Tarleton State University broke ground in March of 2022 on the $66 million Interprofessional Education Building in Crowley, Texas. Designed by Perkins&Will, the 102,000-sf facility will provide next-generation learning environments for the College of Health Sciences and Human Services and the College of Education. Featuring high-fidelity simulation and clinical skills suites, the project will provide teaching and research labs, collaboration spaces, classrooms, and a large multipurpose hall.

Read More

Kent State University Breaks Ground on Crawford College of Business and Entrepreneurship

Published 3/30/2022

Kent State University broke ground in March of 2022 on a $72.3 million facility for the Ambassador Crawford College of Business and Entrepreneurship. Designed by Perkins& Will and The Collaborative to act as a new campus gateway, the four-story, 158,400-sf building will feature active learning classrooms, conference rooms, a business theater, a boardroom, a global forum, and a behavioral research hub.

Read More

University of Wyoming Opens Science Initiative Building

Published 3/23/2022

The University of Wyoming opened the $100 million Science Initiative Building in March of 2022 in Laramie. Designed by GSG Architecture and Perkins&Will, the 153,000-sf structure will enhance interaction among multiple disciplines by collocating researchers into a single complex with shared core facilities. Located on the first floor to mitigate vibration, the Center for Advanced Scientific Instrumentation provides electron microscopes, an X-ray refractometer, a mass spectrometer, and micro CT scanners.

Read More

Towson University Begins Construction on College of Health Professions

Published 10/22/2021

Towson University began construction in October of 2021 on the $175 million College of Health Professions in Towson, Md. Designed by Perkins&Will and JMT Architecture, the 240,000-sf facility will accommodate growing programs in nursing, health sciences, occupational therapy, occupational science, and speech-language pathology and audiology.

Read More