Construction on CILSE continues during academic year, to be finished in 2017

Construction for the new Center for Integrated Life Sciences and Engineering (CILSE) building broke ground at the beginning of summer 2015, and is planned to continue for the next 18 months. PHOTO BY OLIVIA NADEL/ DAILY FREE PRESS STAFF After construction began on Boston University’s new Center for Integrated Life Sciences and Engineering in May, the project continued over the summer and is on track for a March 2017 completion, wrote Walt Meissner, project executive for CILSE and associate vice president of operations at BU, in an email. The nine-story CILSE building will be located at 610 Commonwealth Ave. and will house a number of research and learning facilities for various scientific disciplines. Meissner said only a few minor scheduling issues arose during this summer’s construction. “The summer went remarkably…


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