The university's primary mission at the Anschutz Medical Campus is to educate and train Colorado's next generation of health professionals. This building allows for the integration of nursing, pharmacy, dental, and medical students in a setting that parallels what they'll face in the field of practice. It also features advanced technology that will change classroom dynamics. Education 1 is comprised of 115,251gsf on five levels and includes lecture halls, multipurpose classrooms and laboratories, specialized laboratories for gross anatomy and physiology, computer classrooms, mock inpatient and outpatient exam rooms, and staff offices. The project was completed August 2007 at a total cost of, including the related equipment, $37.2 million.
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Kathryn McNally, 303-724-0755
Gross Square Footage
Design: July 2002 – Jun 2004
Construction: March 2006 - August 2007
Building Start-up/Furnishing/Equipment: August 2007 - December 2007
Occupancy: January 2008