UMICH – North Campus Pathology Testing Facility – Michigan - Project Profile
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University of Michigan (UMICH) is planning to undertake the construction of a testing facility in Washtenaw County, Michigan, the US.
The project involves the construction of a 12,914m2 pathology testing facility and the renovation of 4,366m2 of existing space.
It includes the construction of laboratories, an administrative space, storage units, a blood bank, processing rooms and surgery units and related facilities, and the renovation of the University Hospital with an automated core laboratory and the second building on the medical campus.
Tsoi Kobus & Associates, Inc. has been appointed as architect.
On April 16, 2015, the UMICH Board of Regents approved the project plans.
In total, 7989m2 of space will be renovated to provide a space for the U-M Health System's clinical pathology activities inside four buildings, renovating another 4366m2 of existing space.
The project involves the construction of a 12,914m2 pathology testing facility and the renovation of 4,366m2 of existing space in Ann Arbor, Michigan, the US.
The US$160 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of laboratories
2. Construction of an administrative space
3. Construction of storage units
4. Construction of a blood bank
5. Construction of processing rooms
6. Construction of surgery units
4. Construction of related facilities
5. Renovation of second building on the medical campus
6. Renovation of University Hospital
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