Verinata Health Inc. is a privately held company that develops non-invasive tests for early identification of fetal chromosome abnormalities. The start-up company developed their testing technologies operating out of an existing laboratory space. Rapid growth led to gearing up from an existing R&D facility to one that also supported a process laboratory capable of handling up to 500 samples/day.
Novelis, the world's largest producer of rolled aluminum and a global leader in beverage-can...
Francis Cauffman has completed the master plan for Biotrial, a French contract-research firm,...
Five-story biofuels research building brings together researchers, academic leaders and students...
A 37,000 sf expansion was added to the Bioscience Park Center at Fitzsimons. This expansion, known as the Accelerator, opened with 27,000 f pre-leased to four companies graduating out of the BioBusiness Incubator. The new Accelerator has custom designed laboratories and offices.
Multi-building campus consolidated four different sites throughout the city of Santa Monica into one research campus. The new facility consists of flexible research laboratories, support spaces, manufacturing research, GMP facility, pilot plant, central plant, administrative offices, fitness center, public café, sculpture garden, and conferencing center.
Renovation and addition project for ELANTAS PDG Inc. includes the complete gutting and remodeling of a two-story, 32,000-ft2 building, constructed in the 1930s, into administrative, engineering, and research space. A 4,000-ft2 addition will house mechanical systems.
Major energy retrofit will turn a 100-year-old building at 5 Channel Center in Boston's Innovation District into a showcase for clean energy technologies and research. A key objective of the project is accelerating adoption and acceptance of advanced building energy technologies in Massachusetts and nationwide.
The Sanford Consortium for Regenerative Medicine comprises a consortium of five life science research leaders: The Salk Institute for Biological Studies, The Scripps Research Institute, the Sanford/Burnham Medical Research Institute, The University of California-San Diego, and the La Jolla Institute for Allergy and Immunology.
Adaptive reuse project transformed part of a 366,699 square foot book publishing facility—previously remodeled as high-tech office space—into shell space for a series of 4,000- to 6,000-square foot spec lab suites for start-up and early stage businesses.
The Colorcon Global Headquarters and Technology Center is a 94,000ft 2 two-story complex. The complex contains Colorcon’s corporate headquarters, global data center and R&D laboratories and suites on a 26-acre site. Energy efficiency drove the design, allowing the building to achieve a 31% energy savings through architectural, mechanical and lighting systems.
The Orange County Water District’s Advanced Water Quality Assurance Laboratory is a 39,000-ft 2 two-story steel framed building that houses about 45 chemists, lab technicians and water quality monitoring personnel. The lab also holds the equipment needed to do >350,000 analyses of ~18,000 water samples annually, and to meet the testing requirements for the Groundwater Replenishment System.
The proposed vivarium is a 25,000-ft2 facility sponsored by the Memphis Bioworks Foundation. It will act as a local shared resource to grow the Memphis bioscience sector. The primary focus will be to expand the scope of research, in three primary fields: orthopedics, vaccine research and development, and pharmacology research.
Environmental services and research lab will house government and academic groups that collaborate on policymaking, research and enforcement designed to address pollution problems facing urban communities. Facility is located on the east shore of the Thea Foss Waterway on a former Superfund site.
Lab near Cambridge, U.K., consolidates facilities for company that specializes in systems for genetic research.
Chicago Horticultural Society, Chicago Botanic Garden, The Daniel F. and Ada L. Rice Plant Conservation Science Center, Glencoe, Ill.February 16, 2010 7:50 am | News | Comments
Low-slung facility is dedicated to plant conservation (in partnership with the plant biology and conservation program of nearby Northwestern Univ.); public education; and a living example of sustainability technologies, such as the green roof. Primary program elements include labs, PI offices, an herbarium, a seed vault facility, seminar and conference rooms, and a plant science library.
Project will update facilities for training and research in biomedical and environmental science, and is being funded by Howard Hughes Medical Institute and the Massachusetts Life Sciences Center, as well as the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The scope includes completely gutting the internal infrastructure of the three-story building and creating space for consolidating the MBL’s research training programs.
Missouri Innovation Park, a planned 500-acre development in Blue Springs, has announced that it has hired a design team to complete its master plan.
The new HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology is a 260,000 sq. ft. facility that co-locates nonprofit and for-profit biomedical enterprises under one roof. Located in Huntsville, Ala., it is a unique example of a public/private technology driven economic development.
Low-rise lab for private marine research institute is situated on a former cattle plantation along with multiple historic structures and several more recent, modern buildings. Design includes features drawn from earlier structures, including clerestory windows, exposed trusses and an aboveground cistern.
A new $106 million, 100,000 ft2 lab at the venerable Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory complex in Laurel Hollow, N.Y., hails back to the Long Island site’s roots as a whaling village. The labs are located in—and under—six low rise buildings that mimic a village and courtyard.
The Monsanto data center facility was the first LEED-certified data center in the state of Missouri, and only the seventh LEED-certified data center in the country. With data processing becoming an increasingly important part of many research operations, the facility can teach key lessons for design.
Located in a large office park in Nashville, Tenn., Aegis Sciences Corp.’s new forensic laboratory, support spaces and corporate headquarters, created through adaptive reuse of an existing 35,000 ft2 office warehouse facility, represent one of the nation’s most technologically advanced drug testing facilities.
Increasingly, developers are building multitenant core-and-shell lab buildings in certain growing urban markets where government, research institutions, healthcare institutions and pharmaceutical companies have historically created purpose-built lab buildings. In this marketplace, developers are interested in sustainable design and construction for many reasons.
The Project University Enterprise Laboratories (UEL) was established as a nonprofit, publicprivate partnership between the Univ. of Minnesota’s College of Biological Sciences and the Carlson Venture Enterprise (of the Carlson School of Management), the Univ. of Minnesota Foundation, the City