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If you want to be a major health care player in this area, you’ve got to be in the Texas Medical Center.
The TMC3 expansion project is a 37-acre research and development campus in the Texas Medical Center, where large hospital and educational institutions can work alongside private companies on healthcare-focused innovation. The project will break ground in the first quarter of 2020 and is slated for completion in 2022.
The Texas Medical Center is working to build institutes that foster collaboration across all 61 member institutions. These institutes were selected following a strategic planning meeting in January 2014 during which member institutions CEOs, city and community leaders gathered to discuss the future of life sciences.
The TMC3 Collaborative Campus will accelerate research discoveries to improve human health throughout the world. Elkus Manfredi Architects, Transwestern and Vaughn Construction will collectively serve as the architectural and development team to executive the physical manifestation for the game changing 37-acre TMC3 translational research campus.
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