This project consists of construction of a 75,000 sf lab building on the Prince William campus using PPEA project financing and development. The University will occupy 50,000 sf initially with the potential to occupy the full building in future years. The building will house the Center for Applied Proteomics and Molecular Medicine, other University research, and lab business incubator space.
•Provides much needed Life Sciences Research Space on the Prince William Campus
•Provides Opportunities for Enhanced Collaboration with Industry by including a Life Sciences Incubator
•By appropriately locating Research Space within the New Lab Addition, project frees up Academic Instruction space in Bull Run Hall that can be used to support new programs and program growth in Prince William