The medical profession is one that is growing exponentially, and with that growth comes a need for more schools. Baker Barrios Architects was recently selected to do the design of Nova Southeastern University’s new College of Osteopathic Medicine. A $200 million commitment, funds were graciously donated from philanthropic couple Dr. Kiran Patel and his wife, Dr. Pallavi Patel. The campus is expected to open in Clearwater in 2019.
Our friends at the Orlando Sentinel recently featured the upcoming project in their publication, and our very own Wayne Dunkelberger was interviewed. Bringing the new 325,000-square-foot medical school to fruition is sure to be a win for the Clearwater area. In addition to providing an ultramodern learning environment for its students, the school will also boost the economy by bringing more jobs to Florida.
It is always an honor to be featured in the Orlando Sentinel and even more so to work on such a prized education project. Be sure to take a look at the Orlando Sentinel article for additional insight regarding Nova Southeastern University’s new medical school and Baker Barrios Architects’ involvement.