Michigan Technological University in Houghton, Michigan, envisioned a new campus facility to house aquatic research laboratories and classrooms, and support researchers and students working with Great Lakes biological, chemical, and physical studies.
The project added approximately 31,000 gross sf over seven levels, to be used as offices, classrooms, and seminar rooms, and included the addition of approximately 20,000 gross sf in the existing building to create new classrooms/laboratories.
Tremendous growth of GVSU’s nursing and health professions programs called for an expansion of the existing Cook DeVos Center for Health Sciences building located in the “Medical Mile” of downtown Grand Rapids.
Since their inception, the engineering programs at Hope College have experienced consistent growth. Due to this sustained expansion, many of the courses and labs have been held in spaces converted from other programs within VanderWerf Hall.
The design and construction of the Daniel and Pamella DeVos Center for Interprofessional Health project responds to the tremendous growth of GVSU’s academic programs in the Kirkhoff College of Nursing and the College of Health Professions.