Newsletter 09 | September 2020
An update on move planning for the Biomedical Sciences and Physics Building.
Construction Schedule Update

Phase I:
Basement and First Floors
  • Construction complete
  • August 17, 2020 - October 23: Lab and Office Moves

Phase II:
Second through Fourth Floors
  • Mid November: Lab Fit Out Construction Completion
  • Mid November through January: Lab and Office Moves

The lab move coordinators are in the process of developing the move dates for Phase II. The lab design and coordination is now complete and construction has commenced. At this time, the project cannot accommodate any additional changes. Please contact if you have any questions.

The office move coordinators will be reaching out to discuss your office move. Please visit the moves website to become familiar with the office set-up and furniture provided.

Please note that due to COVID-19 these dates are fluid; however, move planning will continue and information will be shared via the moves website and forthcoming newsletters.
Move Coordination

At this time, if you haven't discussed your move with the Move Coordination Team, we cannot guarantee your move will occur into BSP as part of this project. If you have any questions about the status of your move, please reach out to
Lab Stools

Lab chairs will be provided in research labs by the project. There are four lab chairs provided, per PI. The chairs are adjustable in height, ranging from 19.1/4"H - 26.34"H, which are designed for bench heights up to 39"H, but still lower enough to accommodate for ADA. If existing chairs need to be relocated, please update your Smartsheet and let the move coordination team know.

Please note that only chairs, benches & tables that have been purchased by the PI will be relocated from their existing lab.
About the BSP Building

The Biomedical Sciences and Physics (BSP) building is the largest building on campus with 300,000 gross square feet and 4 floors and a basement.

Each floor has:
  • A variety of conference room sizes
  • A break room with a microwave and refrigerator
  • Multiple printer rooms
  • Collaborative spaces

Each collaborative spaces features a variety of furniture including lounge seating and tables and chairs.

The top photo, on the left, features the colloquy space located on the second floor with beautiful views of the Beginnings sculpture.

Each floor features a break area (as seen in the photo to the bottom left). Each break area includes a kitchenette with refrigerator and microwave, along with tables, chairs, and some soft seating. Some of the tables also include power and USB, so you can charge your phone while you eat.
Lab and Office Move Coordinators

If there are any questions regarding the coordination of your move, please feel free to contact the below teams managing your moves.
Lab Move Coordinators:

Robin Walker:
Sara Anastos:
Office Move Coordinators:

Allison Costa:
Bobbi Henderson:
For the most up to date move information, check the moves website regularly.