UMass Medical School, Worcester, MA / Albert Sherman Center
Designed by ARC, the $400 million Albert Sherman Center is a 512,000-square-foot facility for biomedical research and education was completed in January 2013. A certified LEED Gold facility, the Sherman Center expands and unifies the UMass Medical School’s Worcester campus, doubles its research capacity and supports the school’s new learner-centered curriculum. The project was built on-time and under budget, a tribute to the collaborative efforts of the entire design, engineering and construction team.
Boston Business Journal - Best Green Practices Award 2013; ENR New England Merit Award for Higher Education & Research 2013
Project Photography by Peter Vanderwarker
"This is unquestionably the ‘life sciences moment,’ and the University of Massachusetts Medical School is uniquely positioned to assist the commonwealth in the advancement of its competitive position as a global leader in the life sciences. Funds invested in our University will have an impact on all regions of the commonwealth."
Michael F. Collins, MD, Chancellor, UMass Medical School, and Senior Vice President for the Life Sciences, University of Massachusetts