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M.D. Anderson Center Will Consolidate Faculty Offices in New Building in 2000

M.D. Anderson Center Will Consolidate Faculty Offices in New Building in 2000

HOUSTON--A new faculty center will allow M.D. Anderson Cancer Center to consolidate faculty offices currently located in several buildings on its main campus. The new facility, approved by the University of Texas System Board of Regents last August, will be constructed on the south side of Holcombe Boulevard, adjacent to the Jesse H. Jones Rotary House International patient/family hotel and directly across the street from M.D. Anderson’s main clinic and hospital complex (figure).

The $45.4 million faculty center will include 13 floors for physicians’ offices and support functions as well as a food court, copy center, mail services, and a sky bridge that connects the building to the Rotary House. An existing bridge links Rotary House to M.D. Anderson’s clinic and hospital buildings.

Construction is scheduled to begin in the spring of 1999, with completion expected by the fall of 2000.

 
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