Turner-led team to build $300m engineering and science centre at Ohio university

Image courtesy of Turner Construction/Discovery Builders
A consortium led by contractor Turner Construction has won a contract to build an engineering and science building at Case Western Reserve University, a private research faculty in Cleveland, Ohio.

The 189,000 sq ft building will contain wet labs, dry labs and other research spaces. It will be the university’s first new research structure in over two decades.

Discovery Builders is a fully American team formed of Adrian Maldonado & Associates, Next Generation Construction and the AKA Team, in addition to Turner.

The total cost of the project is estimated to be $300m, factoring in design, equipment and relocation work.

Adrian Maldonado, president of Adrian Maldonado & Associates, said: “The project is a truly cutting-edge facility, which will further showcase the university’s standing throughout the country in the study of science and engineering.”

The building is due to be completed in 2026.

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