• BASF Opens Ludwigshafen Research Center


    BASF opened a $55 million research center in July of 2015 in Ludwigshafen, Germany. The 118,400-sf facility provides laboratories and offices for approximately 200 employees in the Advanced Materials & Systems Research division.

  • Procter & Gamble Plan Mason R&D Campus


    Procter & Gamble will begin construction in summer of 2015 on the $300 million Beauty Innovation Center in Mason, Ohio. Designed by HDR, the 500,000-sf facility will provide laboratories, pilot plants, and consumer research space.

  • University of MinnesotaCancer and Cardiovascular Research Building


    The new four-story Cancer and Cardiovascular Research Building at the University of Minnesota consists of the 158,000-sf Cancer Research Building, a 96,000-sf addition to the Lillehei Heart Research Building, and a 34,000-sf vivarium used by the entire Biomedical Discovery District.

  • San Juan College Builds School of Energy


    San Juan College is constructing a 65,000-sf facility for the School of Energy in Farmington, N.M. The $15 million building will provide specialized laboratories for the study of oil and gas production technologies as well as classrooms and offices.

  • Dow Chemical Builds Texas Innovation Center


    Dow Chemical is building the Texas Innovation Center in Lake Jackson. The five-building, 900,000-sf campus will include an administration and office building, two R&D facilities, an employee amenities building, and a visitor center.

  • Texas Tech Dedicates Petroleum Engineering Research Building


    Texas Tech dedicated the $22.8 million Terry Fuller Petroleum Engineering Research Building in Lubbock in February of 2014. Housing the Bob L.

  • University of Nottingham Builds Centre for Sustainable Chemistry


    The University of Nottingham began construction in October of 2013 on the $32 million Centre for Sustainable Chemistry in the United Kingdom. Designed by Fairhursts Design Group and created in partnership with GlaxoSmithKline, the 48,000-sf carbon-neutral buildin

  • BASF Opens Research Expansion


    BASF celebrated the opening of its new plant science facilities in Research Triangle Park, N.C., in September of 2013. The $33 million expansion includes 80,000 sf of office, laboratory, and greenhouse space.

  • High Market Confidence Increases Capital Construction Costs for Near to Midterm


    Non-residential construction volumes and pricing continued their upward trend in the second quarter, with prices increasing an average of 2 to 4 percent in the first half of 2013.

  • Project Demand and Market Stability Expected to Escalate Capital Construction Costs


    Continued signs of stable economic growth indicate that the recovery is gaining momentum in many parts of the United States and Canada. Construction selling prices for institutional projects grew at a 6 percent annualized rate in 2012, on top of a 3 percent increase in 2011.