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The Suzanne & Walter Scott, Jr., Bioengineering Building of Colorado State University’s flagship campus in Fort Collins, Colorado, is a masterful expression of interdisciplinary research.

The three-story, 122,000-square-foot center houses the university’s College of Engineering, bringing faculty and students together in teams focused on energy, health and the environment. The building features research laboratories, teaching laboratories, classrooms, faculty offices and the Student Success Center.

The joint-venture team of Haselden / Barton Malow completed the LEED Gold-certified project six weeks early.