If you driven in Central El Paso near I-10 and Reynolds in the past few months, you may have noticed a rectangular structure slowly rising from the ground.
It’s called the Cardwell Collaborative, a new building by the Medical Center of the Americas. The company broke ground on the $29 million 3-story complex in February and is expected to complete it by May of 2016. The 60,000 square foot building is the first high-tech biomedical research and technology building in El Paso. It will house biomedical institute RedSky and Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, as well as a 20,000 square foot floor, called the Biomedical Incubator, which will offer lab and office space to private companies for research purposes.
Cardwell Collaborative is part of a massive 440-acre medical campus by the Medical Center of the Americas. The company plans to expand it’s footprint in El Paso in the coming years.
For more information on the Cardwell Collaborative Building, visit mcamericas.org