Research Parks

Research parks play a vital role in the communities they serve, by not only encouraging private and public research, but also facilitating new, in-depth partnerships between higher education institutions and the private sector. Clark & Enersen has successfully planned and designed facilities and infrastructure on research parks across the country, including multiple P3 (public-private partnership) projects.

We understand that research park campuses provide critical access to research faculty, students, and facilities, and often become the preferred location of significant job creation, research advancements, and economic development. Our full-service team of laboratory planners, site designers, architects, and engineers have a robust portfolio of experience to draw on, and use an interactive design process to create customized facility solutions to set our research park partners up for sustained success.

Nebraska Innovation Campus, Rise Building

South Dakota State University, Seed Technology Laboratory

University of Kentucky, The CORE – Collaboration. Research. Entrepreneurship.

South Dakota State University, Engineering Innovation Building

University of Nebraska at Kearney, Bruner Hall of Science Addition and Renovation

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Research Park Space Study

Nebraska Innovation Campus, Food Innovation Center