This project will construct a two-story modern teaching, research, and outreach facility to support the meat industry of the State of Wisconsin. The new laboratory will facilitate the development of modern meat processing and research through the inclusion of lab general-purpose benches for biochemical, chemical, and microbial studies as well as more specialized rooms for microscopy, tissue culture, instrumentation, and cold experiments. This project replaces the existing Meat and Muscle Biology Building built in three sections in 1930, 1959, and 1969.
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|Total Soft Costs||$9,681,000|
|Total Construction Costs||$40,396,000|
|Total Project Costs||$50,077,000|
|User Reps||Doug Sabatke|
|UW PM||Steve Richards|
|DFDM PM||Bill Napier|
|Design Arch.||Potter Lawson|
|Landscape Arch.||Saiki Design|
|Structural Engr.||GRAEF-USA Inc.|
|General Contractor||JP Cullen|
|Total Project $/GSF||$741|