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April 4th, 2007

Biodesign Institute wins 'Build America' award

Abstract:
he 183,000-square-foot Building B combines many of ASU's top biomedical science programs, including research efforts in biotechnology, information technology, manufacturing, technology transfer and workforce development in one location. To complete the project in time to allow ASU to use the laboratory for recruitment purposes and initial research, Sundt/DPR adopted a fast-track construction plan using phased documentation. This allowed the joint venture to deliver biotechnology and nanotechnology laboratories about one year faster than could have been accomplished using more conventional approaches.

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