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The University of Memphis is planning to construct the $41 million STEM Research and Classroom Building to provide leading-edge environments for programs in science, technology, en
San Francisco State University will begin construction in summer of 2021 on the $169 million Science Building.
California Institute of Technology dedicated the $210 million Tianqiao and Chrissy Chen Neuroscience Research Building in January of 2021 in Pasadena.
Colorado State University broke ground in May of 2020 on the $60 million Vida building in Denver.
Virginia Tech is planning to break ground in 2021 on the first academic building on its Innovation Campus in Alexandria.
The Center for Sustainable Landscapes at Phipps Conservatory has attained BREEAM Outstanding certification.
Research into the causes of and potential treatments for neurodegenerative diseases has always been inherently multidisciplinary, combining basic sciences with numerous medical specialties. At the same time, neuroscience research requires a variety of targeted specialized spaces. Facilities that support that research, therefore, must be designed to accommodate both the interdisciplinary and the specialized. “As we approach these projects, we need to have a completely open mindset and expect the unexpected,” says Alex Munoz, SmithGroup princpal and senior lab planner. “The facilities must be designed with flexible standards that are both highly specialized for current research and capable of being relevant in the future.”
The University of Hawaii at Hilo dedicated the $31 million Daniel K. Inouye College of Pharmacy in December of 2019.
Michigan State University and Health Innovation Partners Break Ground on Medical Innovation Building
Michigan State University broke ground on the $85 million Doug Meijer Innovation Building in Grand Rapids in November of 2019.
The University of Houston System opened its $46.8 million Katy campus in October of 2019.