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. Located at Carmenton, researchers have started "setting up shop in the Pelotonia Research Center," according to the news outlet.
"It's difficult to see science in the United States," Mohler told the Dispatch . "We want everyone to experience and understand what it's like to be a scientist."
As reported, each floor has at least one lab with windows that face out into an outdoor plaza.
Columbus Business First recently featured the innovation impact of The Ohio State University's new Pelotonia Research Center.
According ot the outlet, the center aims to speed the real-world impact of Ohio State research by providing a physical space that encourages collaboration across academic disciplines, said Mohler, the university's research vice president who took on the interim role in March.
"After years of planning, it's good to see people doing science in this building," Ohio State's interim executive vice president of research, innovation and knowledge Peter Mohler told the outlet.
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 Mayor Andrew Ginther.
The Pelotonia Research Center is the first new building to open at Carmenton , Ohio State's innovation district. This five-story, 305,000-square-foot laboratory building is equipped with new spaces, technologies and resources needed for researchers to work across disciplines to accelerate new discoveries.
The space is named in recognition of Pelotonia’s collaboration with Ohio State. Since 2008, Pelotonia participants have raised more than $260 million...
Pending approval by The Ohio State University Board of Trustees, the new interdisciplinary research facility located at 2255 Kenny Rd. in the university’s Carmenton innovation district will be named Pelotonia Research Center.
The Ohio State University announced today that the university-affiliated Science and Technology Campus Corporation ( SciTech ) will collaborate with global real estate company Tishman Speyer to develop a master plan for Carmenton, the university’s innovation district.
As the current phase of construction at Carmenton continues, the university has signed a letter of intent with SciTech to work with Tishman Speyer and lead a visioning process and the creation of a master plan for the next phase of Carmenton. SciTech is a not-for-profit organization to promote research and development of the university’s west...
An innovative and modern idea comes to life as construction on the Pelotonia Research Center, formerly known as the Interdisciplinary Research Facility, is more than 90% complete. Building Inspections on the five-story laboratory building are set to be finished by March 2023. Heating, Cooling and Mechanical Piping Systems Commissioing is schedule to complete in May 2023 with opening scheduled for June. The building will serve multiple disciplines including biomedical, life sciences, engineering and environmental sciences and others.
Construction progress includes:
Testing piping heating and cooling Furnishing the building over the next four months Continued building inspections...
Columbus Business First recently highlighted construction progress at The Ohio State University's Carmenton. Included in the online photo highlights and story are Outpatient Care West Campus, Interdisciplinary Research Facility and the Energy Advancement and Innovation Center.
The Interdisciplinary Research Facility, one of the first buildings at Carmenton , is 80% complete. Interior painting and lab equipment installation continue. Sound baffles are being installed in the ceiling to help reduce noise volumes in open spaces. The facility will serve multiple research disciplines, including biomedical, life sciences, engineering and environmental sciences, among others and is anticipated to open in June 2023.
Recent construction highlights include:
Drywall hanging was completed recently. Drywall primer and paint on the fifth floor continue. Acoustical ceiling grid installation is complete up through the fourth floor. Lab equipment installation...
The Ohio State University has announced the new name of the growing innovation district on the university’s west campus: Carmenton.
Ohio State President Kristina M. Johnson joined government, industry and university leaders today in Carmenton to highlight the progress in the district and point to the future. Carmenton offers proximity to researchers and innovators, to the university, to downtown Columbus and to the entire central Ohio region.
Carmenton is bringing private, public and academic sectors together to exchange knowledge, understand problems that seem insurmountable, develop new technologies and accelerate delivering solutions to market and...
Construction on the Interdisciplinary Research Facility, located in Ohio State’s Innovation District, is 70% complete. The 5-story building will house both wet and dry laboratories and serve multiple research disciplines, including biomedical, life sciences, engineering and environmental sciences. Two floors will be dedicated to the university’s Comprehensive Cancer Center including its new Pelotonia Institute for Immuno-Oncology. The facility is scheduled to open in June 2023.
Video of Buck-Eye View - Interdisciplinary Research Facility Draft 2