Lessons Learned from University Of Washington Biomedical Research Campus

When the University Of Washington School Of Medicine prepared a multi-phase plan to develop a biomedical research campus, it used a P3 to transform an office building in the South Lake Union neighborhood of Seattle, allowing the school to accelerate the building process, save the university millions of dollars and deliver state-of-the-art facilities that have been a catalyst in the area’s redevelopment.

Attendees will hear from both the developer’s and university’s perspective on their stories surrounding the development of the research campus.  Topics to be discussed include the strategies for implementing the project, what was expected of both parties to make a project viable, and how the project accessed creative financing by blending tax exempt bonds with private delivery, operations and maintenance in a exceptional approach to collaborative project delivery.