Oklahoma Med-Research Foundation on Track to Consolidate Facilities Next Year | GenomeWeb

By Alex Philippidis

The Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation said it is on track to complete construction next year of a $125 million, 186,000-square-foot research center designed to fulfill its longstanding goal of bringing under one roof research efforts now scattered among several buildings.

Ground for the eight-story research tower was broken in May, and construction is set to be completed Dec 31, 2010.

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