The Lawrence-Douglas County Biosciences Authority (LDCBA) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to help develop and support the life sciences industry in Lawrence and Douglas Counties. As part of their efforts, the LDCBA, in conjunction with the University of Kansas, developed a wet lab incubator to serve the needs of the life sciences companies in the community, providing office, laboratory space, and business development support services to incubator clients. In an integrated team delivery, the project’s scope included the design, construction, and commissioning of the space. The facility was designed as a multi-tenant building, totaling 20,000 square feet, comprised of 60 percent office and 40 percent wet lab space. The incubator focuses on the areas of human health, drug discovery, drug development, medical devices, bioinformatics, bioenergy, and biomaterials. The space was designed and constructed as a flexible and expandable space in order to meet the needs of a wide range of life sciences companies and technologies.