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Kenwood Interdisciplinary Research Center
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    Northwest corner of Maryland and Kenwood.
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The Kenwood Interdisciplinary Research Center is  a$80 million academic facility in the heart of the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee’s campus. The building 150,000 square-foot building is the new first academic building built on campus in almost 20 years.

Flad Architects designed the building, which is intended to be LEED Silver certified upon completion.

The facility houses state-of-the-art research labs, including labs for the Zilber School of Public Health, collaboration space, and office space to support Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) programs.

The building is the first phase of a three-building complex with a total estimated cost of $225 million.


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Content referencing Kenwood Interdisciplinary Research Center

2016 State of the City
Press Release

2016 State of the City

Hmong American Peace Academy - February 8, 2016

In Public: UWM Tries To Do a Calatrava
In Public

UWM Tries To Do a Calatrava

Its new research building is a compendium of architectural elements. How do they add up?

Friday Photos: UWM’s First New Academic Building in 20 Years
Friday Photos

UWM’s First New Academic Building in 20 Years

The nearly completed, $80 million, five-floor interdisciplinary center should raise university's national research profile.

Friday Photos: UWM’s New $80 Million Project
Friday Photos

UWM’s New $80 Million Project

Our photos capture progress on constructing the Kenwood Interdisciplinary Research Complex.

Friday Photos: Kenwood Interdisciplinary Research Complex Starts to Rise
Friday Photos

Kenwood Interdisciplinary Research Complex Starts to Rise

Construction continues on the $80 million Kenwood Interdisciplinary Research Complex.