Ever increasing standards for research and development laboratory production necessitates an infrastructure that supports the demands for testing and quality control.
The separation of 'clean' and 'non-clean' environments, their adjacencies, and material flow reqiures planning that can not only support these critical needs but also encourages stringent standards of practice simply by the pattern of the physical construct.
The necessity of mass spectrometry in an open laboratory environment required additional attention to acoustic dampening for machines otherwise separately enclosed due to long term health concerns. Sheldon Architecture conceived a unique acoustic enclosure for mass spectrometers allowing multiple machines within one large open lab without acoustic detriment to the occupants.
• 12,000sf multi-phase Tenant Improvement
• $3,800,000 Project Costs
• Design Build with BNBuilders
• Fall 2006 Completion