Phase two under way for UNC's genetic medicine research center

January 01, 2007 |

The second phase of construction has begun on the 331,000-sf Genetic Medicine Building at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. When completed in December, the seven-story research building will house three School of Medicine departments along with additional space for the School of Pharmacy. The $120 million project will form a new quadrangle for the UNC School of Medicine. The Building Team includes general contractor Hunt Construction, Indianapolis, architect Lord, Aeck & Sargent, structural engineer KSi Structural Engineers, and MEP/fire protection engineer Newcomb & Boyd, all based in Atlanta.

 

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