New Pharmacy Building

Building a new school 

The School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences is located in an ultramodern building that opened in August 2018 on Binghamton University's new, 13-acre Health Sciences Campus under development in Johnson City, N.Y. It's third cohort of PharmD students began their studies in fall 2019. 

The campus is a few minutes’ drive from both UHS Wilson Medical Center and Lourdes Hospital, and will also house the University’s Decker College of Nursing and Health Sciences (which will open in 2020) and other healthcare-based organizations and high-tech businesses. 
 

Construction updates

July 2018

New Pharmacy Building

Faculty and staff moved into the new School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences building beginning Monday, July 16, 2018.

July 2017

pharmacy construction site (From left to right) Sarah Lynch, clinical assistant professor and director of skills education; Erin Pauling, clinical assistant professor; Coulter Ward, then-assistant dean for student affairs; Amanda Truin, then- administrative assistant for student affairs and admissions; Kanneboyina Nagaraju, founding chair and professor of pharmaceutical sciences; Rachael Perry, assistant dean for enrollment management and student affairs; Gloria E. Meredith, founding dean, School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences and professor of pharmaceutical sciences. Seen outside the construction zone of the new School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences.

pharmacy construction siteInterior - View Classroom (left)
Interior - View East along Corridor 100 - Atrium Lounge to right (right)

exterior view from NW parkingExterior view from the northwest parking area.

March 2017

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Exterior view

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Interior view showing walls and mechanical, electrical and plumbing roughed in.

Metal framing was completed on the first and second floors and was progressing on the third floor. Duct work was underway on the first floor. Mechanical, electrical and plumbing rough-ins were moving forward in the basement. Piping for domestic water, sewer and storm water was underway in the basement and on the first floor. Electrical and fire alarm rough-ins were also moving ahead. Exterior sheathing on the first and second floors was installed. Site work was on hold until the weather improved. The 105,000-square-foot, four-story building will include cutting-edge research labs, offices for faculty and staff, a lecture hall, classrooms and teaching labs. It will house 53 new faculty and staff and 360 students.

August 2016

Work proceeded as planned. Concrete foundations were nearly 80 percent complete and structural steel were erected for the east half of the first and second floors. Work on Arch Street was ongoing with abatement being completed, making way for the installation of the water lines. Staff continued to work to identify building needs and equipment.

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Construction at the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, August 2016.

pharmacy site

Construction at the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, July 2016.

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Construction site of the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences.


Building details

The 105,000-square-foot, four-story building includes ultramodern research labs; teaching labs; offices for faculty and staff; a lecture hall; and interactive classrooms that can be used for lectures, team-based learning and small-group work. There are compounding, pharmaceutical care and sterile labs, mock community and hospital pharmacies as well as a cutting-edge simulation lab. A medicinal garden is planned for outdoors.

Nearly two floors of the building are dedicated to research with high-tech research tools and equipment as well as high-throughput screening capability and large-data computing.

pharmacy building

pharmacy building

An artist's rendering of the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences. This $60 million facility opened in 2018.

Funding

New York State Gov. Andrew Cuomo provided funding for the $60 million school in the state budget