Academic Medical

  • Stockton University is building the $33.2 million Unified Science Center 2 in Galloway, N.J.

  • The University of Cincinnati Health is building the $60.5 million Gardner Neuroscience Institute in the Corryville area of Cincinnati.

  • The Medical College of Georgia is engaged in a $62.5 million expansion of its cancer research facilities in Augusta.

  • University of the Sciences Master Plan Supports Evolving Accreditation Requirements

    As part of a master planning initiative, the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia used survey tools to examine how faculty, staff, and students collaborate; how they use the campus; and how University facilities compare to other institutions. More challenging was finding a way to express qualitative data in a quantitative way, and share this data with campus leadership to inform planning and design decisions.

  • The University of Tampa is planning to construct the 90,000-sf Graduate and Health Studies Building to accommodate programs in nursing and allied health professions.

  • UNC Rex Healthcare opened the $235 million Heart and Vascular Hospital in Raleigh in March of 2017.

  • Updated Clinical Skills and Collaboration Spaces Attract New Students

    A dynamic, forward-looking partnership between the University of Michigan Medical School and the A. Alfred Taubman Health Sciences Library has transformed a relatively hidden, introverted, and utilitarian 1970s book repository into a vibrant 21st century learning hub. But the original goal of this $55 million renovation project was much more modest than a whole-building transformation: It was simply to improve the medical student lounge, a windowless basement space that with each passing year had become less inviting to prospective and current students, as other medical schools improved their student-life spaces.

  • The University of California, San Francisco will break ground in April of 2017 on the $275 million Precision Cancer Medicine Building.

  • SSM Health Saint Louis University Hospital is partnering with SLUCare Physician Group to build a $550 million academic medical center in St. Louis.

  • University of Texas at Austin Uses Discovery-Driven Planning to Develop Dell Medical School

    The University of Texas at Austin used a discovery-driven planning process to design the Dell Medical School, the first new academic medical center built from the ground up at a tier-one public university in almost 50 years. The project required developing an accredited curriculum and designing the initial building without any pre-existing faculty, students, or dean. Designed to connect the campus medical district to the rest of the university and downtown Austin, the new 75,000-sf Health Learning Building features flexible team-based learning studios with natural light, an all-digital library with no books, state-of-the-art medical simulation labs, and abundant indoor and outdoor social spaces that make it a dynamic community hub.


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