Major Projects

A. Alfred Taubman Biomedical Science Research Building Vivarium Expansion

The approximately 594,000-gross-square-foot A. Alfred Taubman Biomedical Science Research Building (BSRB) was built in 2005 and included approximately 34,500 gross square feet of shelled space for future research support needs. Approximately 7,000 gross square feet of the shelled space was previously finished in 2006 to create an animal imaging facility. The Medical School will now finish approximately 20,000 gross square feet of the remaining shelled space to expand the existing vivarium to address current and forecasted growth and to accommodate the relocation of germ-free vivarium functions from the Life Sciences Institute to BSRB.