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Follow the construction at the Oak Ridge campus!
Follow the construction at the Oak Ridge campus!

When complete in January 2014, the $13.8 million Goff Health Sciences and Technology Building at the Oak Ridge campus will include space for new programs, faculty offices, new classrooms and new labs. The building will include 14 classrooms, seven labs, 37 faculty
offices, an adjunct faculty area, three conference rooms, two lecture halls, 15 student study areas and four computer labs. The building will be LEED-certified for energy efficiency and have geothermal heating and cooling.

The Health Sciences and Technology Building is scheduled for completion in January 2014. The timeline  is subject to change based on weather conditions and other factors.

See below for updates on the new building's progress!

February 2014

The nursing labs are spacious.

Image of nursing lab, cabinets and sink stations

Exposed steel adds a nice architectural tough.

December 2013

Check out a view from the stairs and photos of the interior.

September 2013

The white roofing helps increase energy efficiency.

August 2013

Work on roofing has begun.

July 2013

The building now has three full floors. Classroom walls are under construction as well as faculty offices and laboratories.

 

June 2013

A lot of progress has been made in late spring.

May 2013

The new building is beginning to take shape now.

April 2013

You can see the walls just starting to come out of the ground.

March 2013

Work is moving along on the site.

February 2013

  • 90 percent of the footers have been poured
  • Steel erection will begin in 18 and be completed in 10 to 12 weeks
  • Geothermal well drilling is beginning


October 2012

The ground is almost ready for foundation construction to begin.

 

October 2012

You can see the footprint of the building. The big hole in the “U” of the building is a rain garden that will catch all of the run-off water instead of sending it to the retaining pond. This is one of the LEED attributes of the building.  At the end of this month, we should see the foundation coming out of the ground.

September 2012

Update: Site work has started on the new building. Check out this aerial view.

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