Veterinary Medicine Teaching Hospital Phase I

Project Information

The first phase of the new Veterinary Medicine Teaching Hospital includes the construction of a large animal/equine hospital, a separate entrance to the hospital off of South Grant Street, paddocks adjacent to the entrance and the necessary utility make ready work. The hospital will support clinical research and serve as a clinical teaching laboratory for students in the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine and Veterinary Technology programs as well as postgraduate students completing internships and residencies. The hospital will provide high-quality medical facilities, including but not limited to surgical and diagnostic imaging spaces, for the treatment of large animals referred by veterinarians from across Indiana.

  • Board of Trustees Approved Project Budget: $35M
  • Gross Square Feet: 76,600
  • Occupancy Date: July 2020
  • Campus: West Lafayette campus
  • Location: East of the existing complex in space made available by the development of the Williams Street extension and the demolition of Freehafer Hall
  • A/E: Foil Wyatt
  • Construction Manager as Contractor (CMc): Turner
  • Project Delivery Method: CMc

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