This project was the renovation of approximately 7,000 square feet of existing lab and office space on the northwest side of the 8th floor of the Clinical Sciences Building. The existing space was original to the building and difficult to use for the departments teaching and research programs. This renovation was needed to increase the operational efficiency and collaboration of the various work groups within the Department of Medicine. The design created an open, contemporary, functional, interchangeable, and transitional office and open work areas to accommodate the department’s residency and medical teaching programs, as well as the department clinical trials programs. This renovation compliments adjacent renovations on the south end of this same floor. The 42 year old facility was constructed in 1975 and is 273,899 square feet.  Approximately 100 Internal Medicine Residents, 28 Medical Students, 48 Department of Medicine staff, 10 Department of Medicine faculty use this facility.

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