This problem was solved using European Union and Lithuanian government funds, with the construction of the more than 11,000-square-meter Center for New Pharmaceutical and Health Technologies at the Lithuanian University of Health Sciences in Kaunas.
Built by Mitnija in Santaka Valley, Kaunas, the new home of Lithuanian pharmaceutical science is a unique multifunctional complex bringing together the country’s scientists, teachers, and students from pharmaceutics and other medical fields under one roof. The modern, open-access center contains laboratories with the latest equipment necessary to conduct scientific research. The Center also trains specialists at the highest level and provides services for businesses and the public sector.
In constructing this extraordinary building, we felt a particular responsibility, since it will house scientific research, development of new drugs and treatment methods and training for a new generation of medical professionals. We fully understood that we had a unique opportunity to contribute to Lithuanian scientific history.