CRG is renovating a former printing and distribution facility, once the home of USA Today, into a state-of-the-art healthcare education facility for Adtalem Global Education’s institutions, including a campus for Chamberlain University, which has the largest nursing school in the country. The facility will replace Chamberlain’s current nearby Miramar location. The site is being designed to house administrative offices for other Adtalem educational institutions and projects, including Ross University School of Medicine, the American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine, and the Medical Education Readiness Program, pending regulatory approvals.
The ultramodern Chamberlain University campus in Miramar will include over 56,000 square feet of space to house lecture-style classrooms, science labs, and simulation care centers, along with an admissions center, faculty offices, and student amenities, such as study areas and lounges. The campus will also include landscaped outdoor spaces and 300 parking spots.
On behalf of Adtalem Global Education, CRG sourced the location and acquired the land for the project. The campus renovations were designed by Lamar Johnson Collaborative (LJC), a subsidiary of CRG’s parent company, Clayco. Construction will be completed by Excel Construction of Florida, Inc.
With 23 campuses nationwide, Chamberlain University is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission. The university offers a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree program and several online post-licensure programs, including masters and doctorates of nursing, public health, and social work.