College of Veterinary Medicine

Integrative Physiology and Neuroscience

Rec 4 Veterinary Bioresearch (VBR) Progress 2011


Cranes
Equipment at work, January 2011 [Morton photo]
  Continued progress of the new Rec 4
Veterinary Bioresearch (VBR)
 
shown in photos (left and below).

The building is slated for completion
in early spring of 2013.

Scroll down to see ongoing photos of building progress.

(See also, Groundbreaking Ceremony Photo Page)
(See earlier photos)
(See interior progress)

Views January 2011 and April 2011:

NearDock
Site of future Veterinary Bioresearch (VBR)
at the right of shared concrete dock.  Coliseum is across
the street (not seen at top of photo)
[view from 4th floor of neighboring
Biotechnology/Life Sciences Building, ,January 27, 2011-Morton photo]


  View to Ferdinands
Underground construction is well under way during beginning building phase.
[view toward Ferdinand's from 4th floor of neighboring Biotechnology/Life Sciences Building, January 27, 2011-Morton photo]

Work continues
Bottom walls begin to take shape even though snow dusts
building materials.
[street view February 22, 2011-Morton photo]


  Walls
Cement work on building supports is taking shape.
[street view February 22, 2011-Morton photo]



SecondFloor
Basement complete and second floor under construction of the
new building that will house IPN.
[street view April 22, 2011-Morton photo]


  Activity
View of all the activity surrounding the spring 2011 construction of the new Veterinary Bioresearch (VBR) complex.
[street view April 22, 2011-Morton photo]

Aug15-2011
Yellow supports are removed (view far left) as walls begin to take shape in REC 4.  Photo right displays a staircase (red arrow) that appears to lead toward empty space.  These stairs will eventually attach to the third floor, which will house the IPN main office.
[street views August 15, 2011-Jensen photo]
  stairs

Watch for building updates in coming months.
See more interior photos
(See Photo Page of Ceremony)
     
     
Last Edited: Mar 29, 2013 1:29 PM   

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