The city issued a permit for the project in the Mangurian Building at the San Pablo Road campus.
The city issued a permit Feb. 8 for an almost $7.4 million build-out for Mayo Clinic in the Mangurian Building at Mayo’s South Jacksonville campus.
“This project is to support the need for more space for our research efforts. The first phase of this project will allow space for our neuroscience research teams while the second phase is not yet defined,” spokesman Kevin Punsky said.
He said construction should be completed by November.
The Robins & Morton Group of Orlando is the contractor for the 38,720-square-foot project on the fifth floor of the building on Mayo’s campus at 4500 San Pablo Road S.
Plans show build-out for laboratory space.
Mayo opened the five-story, 190,000-square-foot medical building for patients needing cancer, neurology and neurosurgical care in August 2018.
Named after benefactors Dorothy J. and Harry T. Mangurian Jr., the building also houses patient-centered research and clinical trials.
Services at the building include cancer and neurology care; a chemotherapy infusion center; clinical studies offices; and laboratory services.