Tour Series: Interdisciplinary Health Sciences Center at Ohio State (Part 3)


See the completed Interdisciplinary Health Sciences Center at The Ohio State University. The Interdisciplinary Health Sciences Center is a multiphase project that advances Framework 2.0, the university’s long-term planning vision. The $155.9 million project includes a 120,000 square-foot renovation of Hamilton Hall and construction of a new 100,000 square-foot building featuring flexible facilities to serve multiple disciplines. The building provides upgraded and flexible facilities to create a collaborative campus for interprofessional education throughout the Health Sciences. The project benefits colleges, including medicine, dentistry, nursing, optometry, pharmacy, public health, and veterinary medicine, and strengthens the interdisciplinary curriculum at Ohio State. The project demolished portions of Starling Loving and Fry Bridge to allow a new building along 10th Avenue that creates a quadrangle featuring green space.

The project is being built in 3 Phases.
Phase 1 – Anatomy Labs and Morgue
Phase 2 – Classrooms
Phase 3 – Administrative Offices, Classrooms and Public Spaces

All phases are complete.

One of the most interesting and challenging features of this project is that it is both a new building and a renovation of a historic 100-year-old building.

Robert A. M. Stern Architects and Acock Associates Architects are the Design Architects.  Acock Associates Architects is the Architect of Record.

May 2, 2024
4-5:30 PM

Earn 1.5 LU|HSW

AIA Members, Allied Members, and Sponsors: $15
Associate Members and Students: $10
Non-Members: $30

Register here.

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