Project Archive Twin Cities Campus

Project Archive

Twin Cities Campus | East Bank - This project renovated approximately 20,100 sq ft on the 4th Floor of the Philips‐Wangensteen Building (PWB) for a new active learning classroom and five active teaching labs with associated lap support, office, and storage for the Departments of Biomedical Engineering (BME) and Integrative Biology and Physiology (IBP), as well as a new Medical School Admissions office space. The Renovation also included facility upgrades.

Twin Cities Campus | East Bank - This project installed a new wet fire protection system for all floors of the five (5) buildings. The project upgraded the required fire/smoke/CO2 detectors along with existing devices, to ensure the buildings have a fully functioning and code‐compliant installation.

Twin Cities Campus | East Bank  The project renovates the existing facility of 18,700 SF and provides a new 12,000 SF addition to combine the relocated Lab School and the Child Development Center into a unified program.

Twin Cities Campus | East Bank - The project renovates former clinic space into 5,180 SF of office space, including faculty offices, 16 open workstations, conference spaces, and common break and copy/work areas. 

Twin Cities Campus | East Bank - This renovation includes 6,800 GSF of classroom and support space with retractable partitions to accommodate different class sizes, storage space, a faculty touchdown office,

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This project consisted of a 227,000 gross square foot building that included a 600 bed residence hall, 350 seat dining facility, three Greek chapter houses, and an extension of utility infrastructure. The building was designed to meet Minnesota B3 sustainability guidelines and LEED Silver.

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The University of Minnesota Physicians (UMP) and University of Minnesota Medical Center – Fairview, together with the University of Minnesota, worked to create a world class academic Ambulatory Care Center (ACC) to provide patient and family centered health care services.

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The new Bee and Pollinator Research Lab ( Bee Lab) has replaced the block building on the NW edge of the St. Paul Campus. The Bee Lab was built as a state-of-the-art academic research laboratory to facilitate groundbreaking work on bee health and biodiversity. 

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The Bell Museum project has constructed a 92,000 gross square foot facility to house a permanent exhibit gallery, traveling exhibit gallery, planetarium (digital theater), touch & see room, classrooms, retail/food service, flexible shell space on the 1st, 2nd and basement levels, and administrative and museum support spaces. 

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Bruininks Hall - which houses Sciences Teaching and Student Services - facilitates the University's goal to become the nation's premier public institution for the teaching of science and demonstrates commitment to the student experience. The new building showcases the latest pedagogical methods of science teaching and streamlines student access to the full range of student services in one prominent location.