National Western Center Logo CSU Animal Health Complex at the NWC

The Animal Health Complex will bring together university experts, veterinarians from around the region, clinical and therapeutic service providers, and non-profit organizations to create a space focused on various aspects of animal health, including the connection between people and animals.

National Western Center

In 2022, Colorado State University System will open its doors to a space like no other – three buildings open to all and positioned to change the world.

Center for Vector-borne Infectious Disease

This project will construct a 41,000 gsf infectious disease research building on Foothills Campus, connected to the Regional Biocontainment Laboratory.  Anticipated cost is $22.9M.

Johnson Family Equine Hospital

This project will construct an approximately 86,000gsf Equine Hospital on South Campus.  The hospital will bring 30 clinicians under one roof to provide services including lameness evaluation, advanced imaging, surgery, cardiology, internal medicine, etc.  Anticipated cost is $33.2M.

Temple Grandin Equine Assisted Therapies Center

This $5.5M facility on the Foothills Campus will house an arena, classroom, offices and barn for the Equine Assisted Therapies Program.

CU-CSU Medical School Branch Campus

This project will finish 27,800 gsf of core and shell space on the fourth floor of the Health and Medical Center to create classrooms, offices and clinical spaces for a branch campus of the University of Colorado School of Medicine.