Colorado State University is seeking a biomedical company to occupy a building that has been vacant since construction was completed in 2010. CSU’s Research Innovation Center wants to lease 8,400 square feet of space in the building that’s part of the life sciences complex, according to a request for qualifications document issued by the university Monday. The building, considered a part of the Infectious Disease Research Center, is located in the Judson M. Harper Research Complex on CSU’s Foothills Campus. It features refrigerated storage clean rooms; offices; meeting room; loading dock; shipping, receiving and warehousing rooms; and Ethernet and phone wiring. The center is seeking a biomedical manufacturing company that is willing to collaborate with the university in its entrepreneurial activities, said Rick Lyons, director of the Infectious Disease Research Center. “We’ve had a fair amount of interest,” Lyons said. There are several companies operating in the center and more than 100 researchers in its infectious disease supercluster. For more information, visit http://csuric.org/gmp-rfq/.
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