Published by: Michigan Contractor & Builder
Wayne State University and the joint venture team of Barton Malow/Brinker have transformed an aging Cadillac dealership in the northern portion of the school’s Midtown campus in Detroit’s “Tech Town” district into the $93 million Integrative Biosciences Center (IBio). “Among the goals of the project is to advance laboratory discovery through clinical trials and take it to patients’ bedside as expeditiously as possible, looking to improve health care outcomes,” says Jim Sears, Associate Vice President of Facilities Planning & Management at Wayne State.
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