The Biomedical Sciences Partnership Building provides needed research space on the Phoenix Biomedical Campus and supports the collaborative efforts of the medical school and its interdisciplinary partners in the public and private sectors. Part of the of The University of Arizona College of Medicine – Phoenix, the 10-story structure houses wet and dry labs, computational labs, offices and conference space. A public mixing bar, designed to promote collaboration among disciplines, connects to the existing Health Sciences Education Building. The iconic design draws inspiration from Arizona’s mountains and canyons. The project delivery is a continued partnership between CO Architects and Ayers Saint Gross.
This copper-clad laboratory complex in downtown Phoenix evokes the jagged and striated rock formations found in the American Southwest.
Construction is complete on the tallest addition to the Phoenix Biomedical Campus—the 10-story Biomedical Sciences Partnership Building (BSPB) designed by CO Architects with Ayers Saint Gross.
The expansion will create a multidisciplinary medical innovation space that benefits university students, professors, and the community.
Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton cites the completion of the Biomedical Sciences Partnership Building as a sign of the city’s investment in higher ed in his 2017 year-end review.
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The 10-story building serves a unique mission: enabling scientists to collaborate with healthcare providers and private companies to discover and develop medical cures.