The Washington University School of Medicine Neuroscience Research building, located at 4370 Duncan Avenue, is a planned state-of-the-art, 609,000 square foot facility that represents a new center of gravity for the campus. This facility will enable the strategic alignment and co-location of the School of Medicine’s nationally-recognized program strengths in neuroscience, neurology, and psychiatry through research and its applications to education and clinical practice.

The scope of work includes a 1,800-car parking garage, which will assist in meeting the School of Medicine’s 10-year parking needs. A pedestrian connection (link) will also be constructed from the existing link endpoint through the St. Louis Children’s Hospital garage to this new building.

Related street widening and traffic improvements will be made along Newstead Avenue as part of a separate project.

EXPECTED SUBSTANTIAL COMPLETION

July 5, 2023

EXPECTED OCCUPANCY

Phased occupancy to begin July 2023

PROJECT TEAM

Cannon Design – architect
Perkins+Will – architect
Cannon Design/AEI – engineer
McCarthy Construction – general contractor

SCHOOL OF MEDICINE TEAM

Project Manager: Steve Sobo
Construction Manager: Mitch Snyder
Space Programming: Mariah Harris
Laboratory Design & Project Activation Leader: David Lott
Project Executive: Melissa Rockwell-Hopkins
Specialty Spaces Planning, Project Management & Activation: Patrick Brinker
Project Communication & Project Assistants: Michelle Lewis & Stephanie Simonic
FF&E, Interior & Relocation Planning: Hannah Jefferies
Shared & Public Spaces: Lacey Luitjohan


Project Renderings

Spring 2020

Get real-time and time-lapse aerial views of the construction
of the Neuroscience Research Building.