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UW-Madison Vet Med celebrates groundbreaking for new campus updates

The University of Wisconsin–Madison School of Veterinary Medicine broke ground on its long-anticipated building expansion.

By Affiliated Engineers August 31, 2021
Bucky Badger and Chancellor Rebecca Blank stand with donors and other members of the campus and state community as they take shovels in hand during a UW School of Veterinary Medicine building expansion and renovation groundbreaking. (Photos by Bryce Richter / UW-Madison)

Ranked as one of the top ten best veterinary programs in the country, the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s School of Veterinary Medicine maintains a profound commitment to elevating animal and human health through innovative biomedical research and compassion.

This long-awaited building addition and expansion will provide modern research and instruction space, double the size of the existing small animal hospital, expand the large animal hospital, and create more space for critical specialty services such as imaging, surgery, oncology, and infectious disease laboratory capabilities.

New mechanical systems capable of supporting separate hospital and laboratory functions — including the incorporation of multiple energy recovery technologies — will optimize sustainability complex-wide, providing optimal occupant comfort for all user types.

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This article originally appeared on AEI’s website. AEI is a content partner of CFE Media.


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