SANTA ANA, Calif. – This month, El Monte Gateway celebrates a significant milestone in its ambitious transit-oriented development realization. On Thursday, Feb. 16, SVA Architects, the city of El Monte, California and the El Monte Gateway development team will celebrate the groundbreaking of a mixed-use apartment community, also known as Parcel 4. The project is composed of market-rate apartments with ground-floor commercial and retail uses; this new community is a key component of the El Monte Gateway Master Plan – a walkable and transit friendly district with linkage to bike trails along Rio Hondo River. Transit-oriented development El Monte Gateway … Read more
Brasfield & Gorrie recently joined Greenville Health System and Clemson University to break ground on a new nursing school in Greenville, South Carolina. The $31.5-million building on GHS’ Greenville Memorial Medical Campus will house an expansion of Clemson’s traditional Bachelor of Science in Nursing program in an effort to meet a growing need for nurses and bolster health innovation and research efforts. Students are expected to begin coursework at GHS’ Greenville Memorial Medical Campus site in fall 2018, after completing their first two years at the Clemson campus. The program will be housed in a new four-story, 78,255-square-foot clinical learning … Read more
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Ground has been broken on a 39,000-square-foot sterile processing center in Omaha, Nebraska. Lendlease was selected in as the project’s developer. The sterile processing center is strategically situated just south from the Nebraska Medicine-Nebraska Medical Center campus. This new facility will allow the medical center to consolidate five smaller processing locations into a single center serving all of Nebraska Medicine’s surgical areas, which include the midtown Omaha campus, its hospital in Bellevue and its outpatient surgery center in West Omaha at Village Pointe.
Brasfield & Gorrie recently joined the University of Alabama at Birmingham and local Birmingham business leaders to break ground on a new building that will house the Collat School of Business and Bill L. Harbert Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship. The four-story, 110,000-square-foot building will feature multidimensional learning spaces, including breakout rooms for team projects, engaging space for entrepreneurial projects, classrooms designed for team-based learning, a high-tech trading and finance lab, labs for behavioral research and sales presentations, a three-story atrium, career services space and study rooms. Construction was scheduled to begin on Dec. 19 and is expected to last … Read more