Clayco’s partner company, CRG, renovated the former home of USA Today into a state-of-the-art healthcare education facility for Adtalem Global Education’s institution in Miramar, Florida. The development will include a campus for Chamberlain University and administrative offices for Adtalem’s Ross University School of Medicine, the American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine, and the Medical Education Readiness Program.

Chamberlain University has the largest nursing school in the country and educates and empowers diverse healthcare professionals to advance the health of people, families, communities, and nations. As the international demand for healthcare professionals continues to rise, the 56,000 square feet of added modern space with classrooms, science labs, simulation care centers, and more will train future professionals and benefit communities worldwide.

This facility is CRG’s first build-to-suit for Adtalem Global Education, and the campus renovations were designed by another partner company of Clayco’s, Lamar Johnson Collaborative. Adtalem Global Education is a leading workforce solutions provider and works with healthcare and financial services organizations to expand access to education, certifications, and upskilling programs. These companies working together to meet the needs of markets and people is a great example of how industry collaborations can pave the way for a transformative tomorrow. 

This project will be an excellent addition to Miramar and foster innovation for global communities in the years to come. 

Read more about the development here.