Clinical and Translational Research Building
Architect: Arrasmith, Judd, Rapp, Chovan, Inc.
Design & Laboratory Consultant: The Smith Group
Engineering Consultant: Staggs and Fisher
General Contractor: Messer Construction
Estimated Completion: October 2009
Area: 287,000 sq. ft.
Description: Located at 505 South Hancock Street, the Clinical and Translational Research Building will support the region’s growing research needs for working with oncology research and associated with the James Graham Brown Cancer Center. The facility is 287,000 gross sq feet and will house 5 floors of biomedical research labs including 4 BL3 labs. The first floor will be a point of arrival to the HSC medical camps with 4 seminar rooms as well as 2 large conference rooms. This building has been designed and is being constructed to be eligible for certification as a LEEDS facility.