Just when you thought things might quiet down at the ASU Downtown Campus, the School is embarking on building a 5 story, 84,000 sq ft structure for the College of Nursing & Healthcare Innovation.

The new facility will provide five new classrooms for nursing students. The building will also serve as a northern gateway to ASU’s  Downtown Phoenix campus. Located at Third and Fillmore streets, the modern glass and copper structure includes a 200-seat auditorium, student facilities and faculty office and research space. The building will include several sustainable elements and Silver LEED certification will be sought from the United States Green Building Council once construction is complete.

Where: College of Nursing & Healthcare Innovation lawn, 500 N. Third St., Phoenix

When: Tuesday, April 1, 8:30 to 10 a.m.

Speakers: ASU President Michael Crow, Phoenix Mayor Phil Gordon, College of Nursing & Healthcare Innovation Dean Bernadette Melnyk; nursing graduate student Dan Weberg

For additional information, contact:Julie Newberg, Media Relations, ASU Downtown Phoenix campus

(602) 496-1005 or julie.newberg@asu.edu

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