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Going Up

Some of the Many Projects Making UConn Bigger and Better
Rendering of Innovation Partnership Building or IPB, rendering by Skidmore, Owings and Merrill

Technology park UConn broke ground this fall for the Technology Park’s inaugural structure, a 113,000-square-foot, multilevel facility known as the Innovation Partnership Building or IPB (rendered above). On the North Campus, it should be ready for occupancy in 2017.

downtown hartford campus The former Hartford Times building is the centerpiece of a campus with courtyards, an interior atrium, and ground-floor shops. By fall 2017, it could be home to 2,300 students and 250 faculty.

nextgen Residence Hall This living and learning facility will house hundreds of Storrs STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) Scholars. Construction began in November 2014 and completion is targeted for fall 2016.

Engineering and Science Building A new high-performance building and laboratory in Storrs will host interdisciplinary research in fields, such as bio-nano engineering and cyber-physical systems engineering. Con­struction began in June 2015 and should be done summer 2017.

and just opened… …the UConn Health Outpatient Pavilion and the Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine in Farmington. …the Werth Family UConn Basketball Champions Center in Storrs (tour the center at s.uconn.edu/championstour).


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