Phase I: The first floor of this four-story building contains several clinics, offices and a computer lab for FIU's College of Health. The second, third, and fourth floors (75% of the building) consist of state-of-the-art Biology Department Laboratories for molecular biology, cellular biology, microbiology as well as faculty and administrative offices and conference rooms. The building has three darkrooms and four laboratory controlled rooms capable of maintaining constant humidity and temperatures ranging from -4 to 176 degrees Fahrenheit. This building is attached to Health and Life Sciences Phase II building, also built by James A. Cummings, Inc., via an enclosed bridge at the third and fourth floors.
Phase II: The first floor has several small and medium classrooms, a large classroom with auditorium style seating, and an Anatomy Lab. The second floor houses state-of-the-art Research labs for genetics, human biology, physiology, bio-chemistry and cellular biology. Floors three through six primarily contain faculty and administrative offices and conference rooms but also include various labs, several small classrooms and seminar rooms. This building is attached to the Health and Life Sciences Phase I building, also built by James A. Cummings, Inc., via an enclosed bridge at the third and fourth floors.