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University of Minnesota

Center for Magnetic Resonance Research

Minneapolis, MN

completed in Fall 2010

65,000 square foot expansion

 

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The University of Minnesota has an international reputation as a research institution. To further strengthen its science program, the U of M is exploring magnetic resonance to extract an unprecedented wealth of information in chemical and biological sciences. Our team was hired to design a 65,000 square foot expansion to the Center for Magnetic Resonance Research comprised of research labs, offices, support spaces and teaming areas for collaboration. Completed in Fall 2010, the CMRR architecturally and physically links several research facilities using a palette of glass, precast concrete and metal. A skyway and on-grade walkway allow researchers to move easily between facilities. Public spaces featuring large glazed zones provide incredible views to the new football stadium.

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