Johnson Hall for Chemical, Biological, and Environmental Engineering (CBEE), Oregon State University, Corvallis, Ore.

Cost: $34,718,000

Size: 62,441 gsf

Project team: RFD (laboratory planner), SRG Partnership (architect)

Description: Johnson Hall will include 19,000 NSF of laboratory and laboratory support space for the School of Chemical, Biological and Environmental Engineering (CBEE) in this 62,000 GSF flagship building for the College of Engineering. Shared research laboratories are planned in neighborhoods to accommodate Microtechnology Processes, Advanced Materials Processes, Bioengineering/Biomaterials, and Environmental Engineering Processes. Laboratory support spaces will include controlled environment rooms, culture prep rooms, chemical analysis instrument rooms, surface analysis rooms, and device characterization and device fabrication laboratories. A specialized upper division Unit Ops laboratory will serve the undergraduate program, and provide student space for senior Capstone Projects, shop areas and analytical rooms.

Completion date: September 2016

Contact: Dr. Phil Harding, Assoc. Head of Undergraduate Programs,, (541) 737-2491