Innovation Village was conceived as 960,000 square foot project with multiple projects and was incorporated into the campus master plan in the July 2000 Board of Trustee meeting. The first project in Innovation Village was the 52,000 square foot center of Training, Technology, and Incubation (CTTI). In 2003 the Board of Trustees approved a second Innovation Village project with the American Red Cross (ARC) for 201,000 square foot blood processing facility for the Southern California Blood Services region. This state-of-the-art facility was designed to meet the present and future needs of the ARC for processing and delivering blood components to over 150 hospitals in Los Angeles , Orange , and San Diego counties. The campus is currently proposing to enter into a third public-private partnership with Trammel Crow Company to construct a new 120,000 square feet commercial office and research building on approximately 7acres.
Innovation Village promotes and supports technology transfer, student and faculty professional advancement and employment, and economic development. The Innovation Village projects have provided collaborative relationships and research partnerships with College of Science and Engineering, internship and employment experiences for students at start up companies. The move in of American Red Cross
The University is interested in creating a comprehensive framework for the development of Innovation Village To realize this goal, t he University wishes to move forward with these projects , and is therefore, entering into a partnership with the Trammell Crow Company. The result of this new partnership effort will be a new business building in Innovation Village .
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