Turner to lead team in constructing $300 million engineering and science center at Ohio University

Adrian Maldonado, president of Adrian Maldonado & Associates, expressed excitement about the project stating, “The project is a truly cutting-edge facility that will further showcase the university’s standing throughout the country in the study of science and engineering.”

Turner Construction, along with its consortium partners, has secured a contract to construct an engineering and science building at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. The fully American team made up of Next Generation Construction, the AKA Team and Turner Construction will be working together on this project. With an estimated cost of $300 million, the project will cover design, equipment and relocation work.

The project is expected to be completed by 2026 and will house wet labs, dry labs and other research spaces. This will be the first new research structure for private research faculty at Case Western Reserve University in over twenty years.

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