South Campus construction
Construction of the new Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Building in the location of former Parking Lot 90. Work includes new underground utilities along Service Road and Bogue St.
This facility is part of the Strategic Academic Development Initiative and will:
- Provide modern teaching and interdisciplinary research space necessary to support significant growth in STEM-related fields.
- Focus on research, which is necessary to support the university’s investment in the Global Impact Initiative (GII) to recruit more than 100 new faculty investigators.
- Placement of the ISTB facility adjacent to other core research facilities will continue the strategic development of a neighborhood of scientific research in the biomedical and biological sciences.
Work will cause intermittent traffic and pedestrian redirection. Parking Lot 100 will be expanded to compensate for Parking Lot 90 going off line.
Carol Cool, project representative, at (517) 282-0830 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or IPF at (517) 353-1760.