Facilities are a critical resource for the faculty, staff and students of the Academic Health Center. The AHC's ability to carry out its education, research and service missions depends on having sufficient space to meet programmatic needs and having space that is functional, cost-effective, well-maintained, and well-managed. We face major facilities issues in the AHC. Demand for space far exceeds current capacity, and AHC facilities have serious structural and functional deficiencies. User frustration is very high, there is intense competition within and between schools for space, and we have had to lease considerable space off-campus at a cost of several million dollars annually.
University of Minnesota. Office of the Senior Vice President for Health Sciences.
Development of a Master Plan for AHC Facilities.
University of Minnesota.
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