The University of Iowa

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Stanley Museum of Art

The University of Iowa Stanley Museum of Art was established in 1969 and is one of the leading university art collections in the country.   The original building that housed these art pieces was damaged significantly in the 2008 flood, and pieces were relocated to locations on campus and across Iowa.  A new museum facility is currently being constructed and anticipates a grand opening in 2022. The new building will house the museum’s world-class collections and will provide classrooms and visible storage as a way of integrating the museum with the study of the visual arts and the academic mission of the University of Iowa.  The museum will be named in honor of Richard and Mary Jo Stanley, and their family’s longtime commitment to the museum.

UIHC Forevergreen Road

This project will provide for development of a health care complex located on university-owned land in North Liberty. This nearly 60-acre site is bordered on the north by Forevergreen Road, on the east by Coral Ridge Avenue/Highway 965, on the west by a residential development, and on the south by the future extension of Wheaton Road and a mixed-use development. The facility will include outpatient clinics, faculty offices, inpatient beds, surgical suites, radiology, laboratory, pharmacy, central sterile services, food services, an emergency treatment center, education and research space, and other support services. The webcam includes 10 preset camera locations that update every 10 minutes.