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MD Anderson Cancer Center, South Campus Research Building 5


Project Details

Client: MD Anderson Cancer Center

Architect: Elkus Manfredi Architects

Location: Houston

Delivery: Construction Manager-at-Risk

Status: In Progress

This project is a new, ground-up research facility on MD Anderson’s existing south campus. The 7 story, 600,000 SF building will be equipped with cutting-edge technology and advanced facilities to support groundbreaking research in the field of oncology. The building will include special infrastructure to support cryogenic microscopy, core lab space, flexible laboratory space , and support spaces. Vaughn’s scope includes building out four floors and completing site development work, including a pedestrian bridge and site landscaping enhancements. Public spaces will include a welcome center, cafe, conference, and TED talk / exhibit center. Collaboration is woven into all areas, with places for scheduled discussions and unplanned exchanges throughout the building.

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