Science & Technology facilities push the boundaries of science in order to evolve technology. Such facilities require infrastructure that can adapt and expand to accommodate rapidly-changing needs, often including infrastructure for systems that are still being designed.
Our team collaborates with researchers and manufacturers to determine the unique needs and operations of each facility, to thoroughly design and implement an infrastructure that can adapt to both current and future needs.
350,000 SF, 8-story medical school and laboratory space with $68 million in renovations and additions to a research facility in downtown Kalamazoo.
Project included a simulation center, gross anatomy, research labs, and vivarium.
Build-out of 480,000 SF warehouse with new 8,000 SF central plant, and 6,000 SF expansion for hazardous material management.
The facility houses sterile materials and products with a precisely controlled environment meeting the FDA’s regulatory compliance standard 21 CFR 820 for medical device manufacturing and storage.
Build-out of 28,000 SF shell for research drive center with full UPS and generator backup to maintain constant connection and operation of AI vehicles.
New 60,000 SF R&D center for a Michigan-based instrument testing and consumables company.
Project included a new laboratory, administrative offices, training, and multi-purpose areas.
New radiochemistry lab building for the production and manipulation of radioactive isotopes.
The building houses a cyclotron where isotopes are created and then transported via isotope delivery conduits to multiple hot cells and isolators for manipulation.