Columbus Business First recently wrote about a pair of projects set to seek full or partial construction approval from The Ohio State University Board of Trustees.
The outlet wrote that planners are seeking trustee approval this week to start work on the $161.2 million Dublin outpatient center and $132.3 million for the first phase of the larger west campus complex, which joins an also advancing interdisciplinary lab in the new Innovation District laid out in the unviersity's latest master plan.
The university will also seek full construction approval on a $237.5 million Interdisciplinary Research...
The Ohio State University will seek Board of Trustees approval this week for construction, and the remaining balance of design services, for an Interdisciplinary Research Facility to be located in the heart of its new West Campus Innovation District.
“This is truly an exciting time at Ohio State as we make an unprecedented investment in building the campus of the future and begin to realize our vision for an Innovation District,” said Mark Conselyea, Ohio State’s associate vice president of Facilities Operations and Development.
New renderings provide a sneak-peek at the proposed five-story, approximately 305,000-square-foot laboratory...
The Ohio State University is taking the next step on a proposed Interdisciplinary Health Sciences Center that will blend innovative technology and hands-on learning in conjunction with the university’s strategic plan.
Ohio State will seek approval for the $155.9 million health sciences center at the Board of Trustees meetings during the week of August 26. Funding sources are to be determined. The project is poised to benefit colleges, including medicine, dentistry, nursing, optometry, pharmacy, public health and veterinary medicine, and strengthen the interdisciplinary curriculum of Ohio State.
The Ohio State University President Michael V. Drake sat down with Columbus Business First to discuss the future of Ohio State's west campus development. The publication summarized that the thing that excites him most about the emerging west campus innovation district isn't what buildings are already planned, but what is still left unknown.
"One of the most exciting parts of all of this are things we haven't envisioned yet," Drake told Business First. "Things that will come up and create the future."
In alignment with Framework 2.0, the university has announced three...
The development of West Campus, west of Kenny Road and south of Lane Avenue, has been a long time coming, university board members said on Thursday at a meeting of the Master Planning and Facilities Committee of the Board of Trustees.
Ohio State University has set its sights on its next frontier: “The western lands.”
The development of West Campus, west of Kenny Road and south of Lane Avenue, has been a long time coming, members of the OSU board of trustees’ Master Planning and Facilities committee said at a meeting Thursday.
Ohio State University’s board of trustees members heard plans for the proposed west campus "innovation district" on Thursday, as well as ideas for an improved Olentangy River trail and centralized recreation fields.
The master planning and facilities committee reviewed plans for two buildings that would anchor this district.
One is the Interdisciplinary Research Facility, which would include research labs, meeting spaces and cafes. The other is an Energy Advancement and Innovation Center for a technology commercialization partnership with energy management company Engie.
A proposed innovation district on Ohio State’s west campus is gaining momentum through two proposed buildings that will support research and technology commercialization.
Next week, Ohio State’s Board of Trustees Master Planning and Facilities Committee is expected to review a pair of projects proposed for the university’s west campus – located west of Kenny Road and south of Lane Avenue. Framework 2.0 , the university’s long-term planning vision, identified this area for a future innovation district.
The Interdisciplinary Research Facility, originally planned on Columbus’ midwest campus, is now targeted for west campus. The project will deliver an...
Three key focus areas offer exciting changes coming soon to The Ohio State University. Keith Myers, Ohio State’s vice president of Planning and Real Estate, offered a glimpse into the university’s future development during Wednesday’s Columbus Business First 2019 Commercial Developers Power Breakfast.
The event’s keynote speaker focused primarily on 15+HIGH, the Medical Center district and the future of West Campus during his address to the 500-person audience. All three districts were outlined in Framework 2.0, the university’s long-term planning vision.