The Minnesota Poultry Testing Lab plays a role in role in human and animal health by facilitating the rapid identification of poultry diseases and certifying poultry products for interstate and international shipments. It is a cooperative venture between the Minnesota Board of Animal Health and the University of Minnesota Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory (VDL). The lab…

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Tomson Hall, located at the center of this tree-covered campus, houses the Education Department, the College’s six language departments plus St. Olaf’s World Languages Center. The design is based upon collaboration and community – which express the mission of the college. Spaces in the building are required to meet competing criteria – inviting and comfortable…

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The John T. Tate Hall Renovation is a comprehensive renovation and addition to the historic building at the University of Minnesota. The overall design approach focuses on creating new vibrant and flexible learning spaces for the School of Physics and Astronomy, the Department of Earth Sciences, and general science students from the College of Science…

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This facility functions as the new front door to the University’s College of Science and Engineering. Highlights of the building include over 43,000 sf of modern, highly flexible physics laboratories and support space, a 10,000 sf nanotechnology clean room, and office and meeting space for the researchers. Instilling a theme of connectedness, the project is…

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This comprehensive renovation in downtown Minneapolis was conceived as a new transparent cornerstone to an urban campus. An existing building, a former auto showroom built in 1912, was reimagined to provide a welcoming face for the College along Hennepin Avenue. Adjacent to this building, the front bay of a one story existing warehouse was removed…

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In a technology-responsive, modern and natural environment, the design of the Cargill Building – Microbial and Plant Genomics supports research and collaboration. Work zones range from shared wet laboratories and bioinformatics spaces, to project–based team workstations, private offices and informal break out meeting spaces. As testimony to the quality of the space, the 100-person flexible…

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The CCRB is a flexible, state-of-the-art research environment designed to support faculty, staff, and researchers focusing on finding cures for significant health challenges from diabetes, cancer and heart disease, emerging infectious diseases and neurological conditions. The building was conceived as a gateway to the Biomedical Discovery District, a new research district on the campus of…

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The Bee Research Laboratory is a flexible, state-of-the-art academic research laboratory that facilitates groundbreaking work on pollinator’s health and biodiversity. Led by world-renowned bee expert, Dr. Marla Spivak, this facility complements the pastoral St. Paul Campus. The color of the building was derived from the colors of honey and honeybees. The Bee Research Laboratory includes…

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