Marquette Athletic and Human Performance Research Center
Marquette Athletic And Human Performance Research Center / MilwaukeeWI
What kind of research facility can be built to attract elite athletes?

The Marquette University Athletic and Human Performance Research Center is a $24 million, 47,000-square-foot facility. The facility includes space for cutting-edge faculty research, strength and conditioning facilities for student-athletes, labs for conducting performance research, locker rooms, and support spaces for both the golf and lacrosse programs.

Marquette's vision for the facility is a destination where renowned scientists, athletic trainers, and elite athletes come together to develop new fitness technologies and advance the use of data to improve performance. The research facility gives the college a competitive advantage for recruitment and enrollment. The team culture is the main focus of bringing amenities like the team film room and bio-assessment labs into one facility. The mezzanine overlooking the conditioning space and turf area has changed coaching techniques and increased interaction.

The brick and metal panels with vertical windows showcase the college’s commitment to legendary structures and enhance the aesthetic of the campus. With high visibility, the research facility displays its research facility and what it brings to the Marquette campus.

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Marquette University


47,000 square feet

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