Energy Advancement and Innovation Center
The Energy Advancement and Innovation Center will be co-located in the West Campus innovation district Interdisciplinary Research Facility. The Energy Advancement and Innovation Center will be a hub for Ohio State faculty members, students, alumni, ENGIE researchers, local entrepreneurs and industry experts work together on the next generation of smart energy systems, renewable energy and green mobility solutions. The project is a cornerstone of the university’s public-private partnership with Ohio State Energy Partners (OSEP) who has committed $50 million for the project, including $36.7 million in design and construction costs.
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- BoT approvalFebruary 2019DesignSeptember 2019 – March 20212020
- Anticipated BoT Construction ApprovalAugust 20202021
- ConstructionFebruary 2021 – December 20222023
- Facility OpeningMarch 2023
Study/Planner: Smith-Miller + Hawkinson
AE/Design Architect: Moody-Nolan, Inc.
Whiting-Turner & Corna Kokosing (joint venture)