A renovation of an existing 5-story history lab and research building. This project required a complete demolition of the interior and modifications to external site utilities. With this building located on a busy campus, the project was only allowed a small staging and lay-down area connected to an occupied and functioning laboratory. The project consisted of installing campus chilled water and steam utilities to their central heating/cooling mechanical room. Setting up heated/chilled water throughout the building and central station air handling equipment. Lastly, we installed domestic plumbing and life support process systems for their aquatic research specimens.
A renovation of a historic six-story building. The building would be used for NIH’s campus lab and medical administration. Our project consisted of installing new HVAC systems connecting to the campus stream and chilled water systems, the build out of a new central mechanical room with steam hot water conversion, installed heating and chilled system pumps and central air handling. Plumbing was also included in this renovation with the installment of new domestic water, sanitary sewer systems, fixtures and piping.
National Cancer Institute ATRF – Cell Therapy Suite
An Interior renovation of a 1,843 sqft suite inside the National Cancer Institute ATRF, meeting CGMP ISO-7 to support cell therapy research. The existing facility was was occupied throughout the entire construction of the project. We installed various systems which included LN2 (vac jacketed), Co2, RO Water (machine weld), and compressed air and vacuum.
At a Glance
Sector:Government, Medical, Renovation
Client:National Institutes of Health, National Cancer Institute