Construction included complete demolition of interior finishes and structure to the building shell, a new office space, three new research labs, new reception area and break rooms, complete integration with the building management system, four new rooftop AHUs, building and lab exhaust systems lab, lab and architectural casework, all new lab utilities and minor facade upgrades.
The project features standard lab finishes and new skylights. The skylights allow for natural light and a minimal number of doors for an open and natural work environment. The project also has temperature-controlled rooms for the work being conducted in the lab. The project is LEED Certified, with a 75 percent waste diversion goal and a building management system to increase MEP efficiencies and minimize energy use.