University of Arkansas - I3R

Fayetteville, AR

Construction is officially underway for i3R, a flexible, state-of-the-art facility that will advance the research prominence of the University of Arkansas. The new building will accommodate up to 30 faculty members and their teams and serve as a research hub, with integrated activities linking it to other research facilities on campus. The Institute is conceptualized around five Innovation Clusters: material science; data science; bioscience and bioengineering research and education in metabolism; food and technology; and integrative systems neuroscience.

Architecturally, the building will serve as a hub between the Institute and the entire campus, with multiple spokes accommodating up to 80 cross-disciplinary researchers. The visually open design will welcome CEOs and industry leaders at a strategic location positioned for future development.

Version History
  • Project uploaded by James Alexander on 09-06-2023
  • Project last updated by WoodWorks Innovation Network (WIN) on 06-10-2024
Project Details
  • Year Built

    2024

  • Number Of Stories

    3

  • Bldg system

    Mass Timber

  • Square footage

    140,000

  • Construction Type:

    III-A

  • Building Type:

    Educational

  • Material Types:

    Mass Timber
    Cross-Laminated Timber (CLT)
    Glue-Laminated Timber (GLT or glulam)
    Timber-Frame / Post and Beam

Version History
  • Project uploaded by James Alexander on 09-06-2023
  • Project last updated by WoodWorks Innovation Network (WIN) on 06-10-2024
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