Renovate the historic Old Chemistry Building into an innovative teaching hub, that supports evidence-based teaching strategies (collaboration, inclusive practices, and active learning).
The Grand Challenges Research Building (GCRB) is a proposed new facility anticipated to be a nine story high rise approximately 150,000 gsf in size. The program will include multi-disciplinary wet and dry research laboratories, as well as office and learning environments
This project will upgrade/replace the existing building’s Mechanical, Plumbing and Electrical systems. In addition, overall building accessibility will be improved via installation of an elevator and the creation of accessible rooms.
A new 2-story 34,000gsf facility for the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine (CIM) that will facilitate the fundamental goal of creating a physical environment that supports the philosophy of integrative medicine. The facility and its exterior spaces will house three basic functions: clinical, educational, and administrative.
The new facility is envisioned to be an approximate 60,000 GSF multi-story building with a mix of space types including high bay areas, varying types of laboratories, clean rooms, faculty offices, conference rooms – both unclassified and sensitive. Facilities are anticipated to include cubesat fabrication/testing, advanced manufacturing, payload integration research, and cyber operations. Portions of the facility will require export control, secure communications capabilities, and other varying degrees of secure access.