Opus Imaging Research Building

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Opus Imaging Research Building
Opus
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South side of the Opus Building
General information
Architectural styleModern
LocationRochester, Minnesota
Construction started2006
Completed2007 (intended)
Technical details
Floor count3 stories
Design and construction
ArchitectOpus Group
Main contractorMayo Clinic

The Opus Imaging Research Building is a Mayo Clinic building in Rochester, Minnesota. Groundbreaking ceremonies took place on March 22, 2006, with help of a $7 million donation from The Opus Group for the foundation of this medical imaging facility. The National Institutes of Health also donated to the sum of a $2.4 million capital grant. The building houses imaging research such as high-resolution MRIs and detailed scans of brains for studies of Alzheimer's disease and other afflictions.[1]

The address of the building is 333 4th Ave SW, Rochester, Minnesota.[2]

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