Interdisciplinary Research Facility

The Pelotonia Research Center opened in June 2023 and offers an innovative and modern environment to serve multiple disciplines. The project was one of the first buildings at the Carmenton district and houses approximately 305,000 new square feet. 

The five-story laboratory building advances the university’s strategic plan, and Framework, by serving multiple research disciplines, including biomedical, life sciences, engineering and environmental sciences, among others. In addition, two floors are dedicated to The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center including its new Pelotonia Institute for Immuno-Oncology.

Learn more about how Ohio State in investing in the spaces and places that empower collaboration by visiting Carmenton.

Additional Information

The Pelotonia Research Center supports both wet lab researchers and computational researchers. Each of the five floors of the building is designed to facilitate collaboration. The project also included an exterior plaza for event and collaboration space. It will is co-located with the Energy Advancement and Innovation Center.


Project Timeline

  • 2017
  • 2018
  • 2020
  • 2023

Project Team

Brendan Flaherty Headshot


Project Manager 
Brendan Flaherty

Project Accountant
Jasmine Myles

AE/Design Architect: Moody Nolan, Inc. / Pelli Clarke Pelli

Construction Manager
Whiting Turner / Corna Kokosing (joint venture)


The Columbus Dispatch recently took an inside look at the Pelotonia Research Center, a newly opened $227.8 million, 305-square-foot interdisciplinary laboratory building.

Columbus Business First recently featured the innovation impact of The Ohio State University's new Pelotonia Research Center.

The Ohio State University held a ribbon-cutting ceremony to open the new Pelotonia Research Center Monday led by university leaders, researchers, representatives from Pelotonia and Columbus Mayo