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BSA LifeStructures Designs Notre Dame Research Facility for Future Flexibility

Construction Digest, Julie DevineMay 4, 2017

In the new, $80 million McCourtney Hall of Molecular Science and Engineering at the University of Notre Dame in Notre Dame, Indiana, interdisciplinary discoveries became not just a goal for research, but a guiding principle in the building design.

Because collaboration so often generates innovation, the university located researchers from both the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry (College of Science) and Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering (College of Engineering) in the four-story, 220,000 square-foot McCourtney Hall. Designed to encourage interaction, the building incorporates social spaces and an open lab environment with state-of-the-art research space for tackling issues in drug discovery and chemical and biomolecular engineering. Architecture firm BSA LifeStructures of Indianapolis also worked with the university’s team to provide long-term flexibility in the building systems…

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