The Levine College of Health Sciences Building opened in August, and the 69,000 square foot building is already earning rave reviews.
The building is the centerpiece to the expanding School of Pharmacy at Wingate University, and was completed on time, and under budget.
The building includes three 90-seat lecture halls, two 50-seat classrooms, clinical simulations labs, decision simulation labs, a physical assessment lab, a pharmacy practice lab, an IV admixture lab, a fitness center, food service, conference rooms, and a biomedical science library and drug information center.
The grand opening of the building was covered by local news organizations including the Charlotte Business Journal, Charlotte Observer and WBTV.
Dr. Robert Supernaw, the dean of the School of Pharmacy at Wingate, said the building will establish Wingate as a leading institution for pharmacy students, and will make a significant impact for the university. Dr. Supernaw and Dr. Jerry McGree, the president of the university, recently talked about the building and its impact in the video above.