BSA Lifestructures

The Michael A. Evans Center for Health Sciences

BSA LifeStructures provided all interior educational and health science planning, skills labs and simulation center design for the Michael A. Evans Center for Health Sciences. Our team worked in conjunction with local healthcare organizations to design a new facility that enables interprofessional training as well as maximizes experiential learning.

Hospitals provided input on their expectations for new graduates and how to best prepare students for the healthcare environments where they will soon be working. The center is LEED Gold certified, accommodates 600 nursing and osteopathic medicine students, provides hands-on training in skill labs and simulation rooms, and houses seminar and study rooms to encourage team-based problem-solving. Nursing classrooms and medical seminar rooms are located adjacent for side-by-side training.

Project Statistics

  • Client Marian University
  • Location Indianapolis, Indiana
  • Size 140,000 SF
  • Year Completed 2013
  • Service Provided Architecture, Engineering, Civil