“Grant is providing comprehensive facility management and maintenance services for this $70 million, first‐of‐it‐ kind research and education facility that supports several different institutions of higher education.”
- All‐Inclusive Facility Management & Maintenance Services
- Stringent Procedural Requirements
- State‐of‐the‐Art Spaces
- Partnered with Multiple City of Camden Stakeholders
- Facility Condition Assessment & Capital Improvement Plan
Grant Integrative Facilities Management (Grant) is providing comprehensive facility management and maintenance services for this first-of-its-kind educational facility that will house students, faculty, and researchers from multiple institutions of learning.
This 100,000-SF building is used by Rowan University, Rutgers University–Camden, Camden County College, and Cooper Medical School of Rowan University for research, education, and training.
The $70 million, four-story building includes state-of-the-art research laboratory space for Rowan University and Rutgers University-Camden; simulation rooms for medical students at Cooper Medical School of Rowan University; instructional space and simulation labs for Camden County College; office space for the Board of Governors; a first-floor café; rooftop terrace; and general-use multipurpose spaces.
The building was designed to encourage students from multiple academic disciplines to work collaboratively with shared laboratories, equipment, classrooms, and “soft spaces,” such as cafes and study areas.
Located in downtown Camden, the Joint Health Sciences Center is a critical piece of Camden’s resurgence as a destination for medical research and education with a partnership between three of New Jersey’s leading academic institutions.
The building is expected to generate more than $70 million in economic impact in Camden and in excess of $120 million statewide.