View of the Jutila Research Laboratory

This newly constructed building has been completed and is in use. The $2.5 million project created 3,500 square feet of new research space. This space will be used to study organisms, such as the ones that cause brucellosis and Q-Fever. It will give MSU students an opportunity to participate in valuable research and will assist in the continued success of the Department of Veterinary Molecular Biology.

The facility is named after John Jutila, who was MSU's Vice President for Research from 1978 to 1990.

Architect: Contractor:
StudioFORMA Architects Ingram Clevenger Incorporated