Arkansas State University
Donald W. Reynolds Center for Health Sciences
This three story brick, steel and glass building is a center of learning for students, faculty, and the community. Located at Arkansas State University’s campus in Jonesboro, construction began in March of 2008 and was completed in August of 2009.
Within its 54,000 s.f., this modern structure contains labs for research, health assessment, the nurse anesthetist program, and an auto tutorial lab. The Donald W. Reynolds Center for Health Sciences also houses classrooms, meeting rooms, study areas, a fully functioning speech and hearing clinic, and a dining area. Standard equipment fixtures include high fidelity mannequins and classroom teaching technology. The Design included coordination and accommodation of approximately $1.1 million in medical equipment and fixtures.