The Biodesign Institute is master-planned as four interconnected buildings comprising nearly 800,000 sq. ft. Buildings A, B and C are complete and house more than 1,300 faculty, staff and students.
The rendering below show bringing 554,000 sq. ft. of state-of-the-art research space to the 14-acre site. The new Biodesign Building C began construction in June 2016, and was completed in June 2018. Future construction on Biodesign D will be initiated as need and funding dictate.
The facility's visitor entrance is at the north end of building B.
Building A was completed in December 2004 and includes 172,000 square feet on four levels.
Completed in January 2006, Building B has 175,000 square feet. It faces Tyler Street and serves as the main entrance to the Institute. The lobby features a small café open to the public and an auditorium for public seminars as well as Institute meetings.
Biodesign Institute Building C includes critical lab and research support space designed specifically to promote and enable the creation of cutting-edge, collaborative research clusters. The facility’s design leverages the university’s investment to maximize the opportunities for research growth.
Biodesign C, located just to the east of Biodesign B on the Tempe campus, is a five-story-plus-basement complex. The building features maximum flexibility, adaptability and expansion based on needs.
Biodesign C houses research from the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering and the Biodesign Institute. It provides high-quality wet lab space for chemistry, engineering, and the biological sciences.