Medical School Takes Shape In Grand Rapids

March 31, 2008
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The 228-foot tower construction crane has gone up (right) as work proceeds on the Michigan State University College of Human Medicine Secchia Center (artist’s rendering of the facility at above) in downtown Grand Rapids. Ellenzweig Associates of Cambridge, Mass., is the building’s architect. MSU officials hired Ellenzweig because of its depth of experience in designing medical education facilities. The $90 million, seven-story building will boast 180,000 square feet of state-of-the art medical education space. A groundbreaking/construction launch event will be held April 21. Construction will be completed in fall 2010, according to the university. HQX

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