The Michael Smith Natural Resources Addition is located on Main Campus. The proposed project will add
approximately 37,400gsf of new space for the college, to the south of the existing building.
The IBTT will provide state-of-the-art facilities for both research and teaching in areas such as stem cells, engineered tissues and organs, regenerative therapies and biological therapies. Three associated animal holding buildings are part of this project: a research horse barn, a sheep barn and a lab animal facility for smaller animals. Estimated cost for the IBTT is approximately $65M.
The National Western Center Health Education Outreach Center will be located on Colorado State University’s Main Campus, through construction of an addition to the existing Anatomy Zoology building.
The project will construct a 3-story, 41,000gsf building that includes a Maker’s Lab (available to the entire campus community), as well as classroom and studio space for multidisciplinary courses.
This project will build a pedestrian and bicycle underpass at Shields Street and Elizabeth Street as well as required on-grade crossing improvements.
In Honor of Gary and Kay Smith-The Global Food Innovation Center in honor of Gary and Kay Smith will create an integrated facility to provide hands-on instruction for students in food animal handling and meat processing.