This month, Brasfield & Gorrie topped out the new Clemson School of Nursing building, which has been in construction since the end of January. The topping out last week marks the completion of the final level of the $31.5 million building.

Clemson University and the Greenville Health System are collaborating to develop the Center for Nursing, Health Innovation and Research. The facility, located in Greenville, SC, will make it possible for Clemson to expand their Bachelor of Science in Nursing program.

Fuller Group, Inc. provided structural engineering services for the four-story, 78,000-square-foot concrete structure. The project team has included Brasfield & Gorrie, Batson Architects, and Hughes Development Corporation. We are eager to see students start their coursework at the new center in fall 2018.

See more photos and read about the plans for the Center of Nursing from the Greenville Journal.