Granger Construction was selected as the Construction Management partner on the new Michigan Technological University H-STEM Engineering and Health Technologies Complex.
The new H-STEM Complex will support Michigan Tech’s integrated educational programs in health-related and human-centered technological innovations. It will address what MTU recognizes to be a critical need: industry-relevant, STEM-based educational and research programs in health and human-centered engineering.
- This project involves construction of a 62,000 SF addition to the Chemical Sciences and Engineering Building.
- The newly constructed shared and flexible laboratory spaces will be co-located with renovated classrooms and learning spaces within the existing facility, that will meet industry standards for safe operation.
- The H-STEM Complex will permit teams of researchers and students from Biomedical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Materials Science and Engineering, Biology, Chemistry, Cognitive and Learning Sciences, Computer Science and Kinesiology and Integrative Physiology to work together in collaborative spaces with shared equipment to contribute to economic prosperity through development of technologies and preparation of the future technological workforce.