• Lieber Institute for Brain Development, Lab Expansion

    This project consisted of two phases. The first phase was an office build-out of existing shell with storefront office walls and a glass surround Commons area in the middle of the space. The use of glass throughout created an open, bright work atmosphere. The second phase was comprised of the rework of an existing lab area that remained operable with testing and experiments running around the clock.

  • Lieber Institute for Brain Development, Lab Expansion

    This project consisted of two phases. The first phase was an office build-out of existing shell with storefront office walls and a glass surround Commons area in the middle of the space. The use of glass throughout created an open, bright work atmosphere. The second phase was comprised of the rework of an existing lab area that remained operable with testing and experiments running around the clock.

  • Lieber Institute for Brain Development, Lab Expansion

    This project consisted of two phases. The first phase was an office build-out of existing shell with storefront office walls and a glass surround Commons area in the middle of the space. The use of glass throughout created an open, bright work atmosphere. The second phase was comprised of the rework of an existing lab area that remained operable with testing and experiments running around the clock.

  • Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Genomics Lab

    The Johns Hopkins Genomics Center is part of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine that is not only a prominent research facility for genetics, genomics and bioinformatics it is also one of the worlds largest facilities that specializes in research on genotyping and sequencing. This project was the build-out of a shell space into a research laboratory consisting of a reception area, 21 offices, three conference rooms, an open office area, and a cafeteria. It also included a significant amount of lab casework including fume hoods, freezer farms, growth chambers, robotics, and 50 mobile lab tables with service carriers positioned throughout the ceiling.

  • Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Genomics Lab

    The Johns Hopkins Genomics Center is part of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine that is not only a prominent research facility for genetics, genomics and bioinformatics it is also one of the worlds largest facilities that specializes in research on genotyping and sequencing. This project was the build-out of a shell space into a research laboratory consisting of a reception area, 21 offices, three conference rooms, an open office area, and a cafeteria. It also included a significant amount of lab casework including fume hoods, freezer farms, growth chambers, robotics, and 50 mobile lab tables with service carriers positioned throughout the ceiling.

  • Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Genomics Lab

    The Johns Hopkins Genomics Center is part of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine that is not only a prominent research facility for genetics, genomics and bioinformatics it is also one of the worlds largest facilities that specializes in research on genotyping and sequencing. This project was the build-out of a shell space into a research laboratory consisting of a reception area, 21 offices, three conference rooms, an open office area, and a cafeteria. It also included a significant amount of lab casework including fume hoods, freezer farms, growth chambers, robotics, and 50 mobile lab tables with service carriers positioned throughout the ceiling.

  • Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Genomics Lab

    The Johns Hopkins Genomics Center is part of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine that is not only a prominent research facility for genetics, genomics and bioinformatics it is also one of the worlds largest facilities that specializes in research on genotyping and sequencing. This project was the build-out of a shell space into a research laboratory consisting of a reception area, 21 offices, three conference rooms, an open office area, and a cafeteria. It also included a significant amount of lab casework including fume hoods, freezer farms, growth chambers, robotics, and 50 mobile lab tables with service carriers positioned throughout the ceiling.

  • Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Genomics Lab

    The Johns Hopkins Genomics Center is part of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine that is not only a prominent research facility for genetics, genomics and bioinformatics it is also one of the worlds largest facilities that specializes in research on genotyping and sequencing. This project was the build-out of a shell space into a research laboratory consisting of a reception area, 21 offices, three conference rooms, an open office area, and a cafeteria. It also included a significant amount of lab casework including fume hoods, freezer farms, growth chambers, robotics, and 50 mobile lab tables with service carriers positioned throughout the ceiling.

  • Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Genomics Lab

    The Johns Hopkins Genomics Center is part of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine that is not only a prominent research facility for genetics, genomics and bioinformatics it is also one of the worlds largest facilities that specializes in research on genotyping and sequencing. This project was the build-out of a shell space into a research laboratory consisting of a reception area, 21 offices, three conference rooms, an open office area, and a cafeteria. It also included a significant amount of lab casework including fume hoods, freezer farms, growth chambers, robotics, and 50 mobile lab tables with service carriers positioned throughout the ceiling.

  • Johns Hopkins University, Mergenthaler Hall

    JBC was the contracted Construction Manager for the renovation of two floors within the JHU Mergenthaler Building consisting of offices, conference rooms, meeting rooms, and open lab space. The research lab includes medical gas accessibility, secure access to laser and tissue culture labs, fume hoods, and hazardous gas containment cabinets. A walk-in cold box and multiple freezers were installed and tied into the building’s automated system.

  • Johns Hopkins University, Mergenthaler Hall

    JBC was the contracted Construction Manager for the renovation of two floors within the JHU Mergenthaler Building consisting of offices, conference rooms, meeting rooms, and open lab space. The research lab includes medical gas accessibility, secure access to laser and tissue culture labs, fume hoods, and hazardous gas containment cabinets. A walk-in cold box and multiple freezers were installed and tied into the building’s automated system.

  • Johns Hopkins University, Mergenthaler Hall

    JBC was the contracted Construction Manager for the renovation of two floors within the JHU Mergenthaler Building consisting of offices, conference rooms, meeting rooms, and open lab space. The research lab includes medical gas accessibility, secure access to laser and tissue culture labs, fume hoods, and hazardous gas containment cabinets. A walk-in cold box and multiple freezers were installed and tied into the building’s automated system.

  • Johns Hopkins University, Mergenthaler Hall

    JBC was the contracted Construction Manager for the renovation of two floors within the JHU Mergenthaler Building consisting of offices, conference rooms, meeting rooms, and open lab space. The research lab includes medical gas accessibility, secure access to laser and tissue culture labs, fume hoods, and hazardous gas containment cabinets. A walk-in cold box and multiple freezers were installed and tied into the building’s automated system.

  • Southern Research Institute, Biosafety Lab III for HIV Research

    Renovations to the holding rooms and testing areas of a Bio-Safety Laboratory used for contract work with the government and various institutions. Numerous lab tests occur daily within the controlled spaces. The largest challenge was the removal of the old Auto-clave and installation of a new, larger Auto-clave using a crane to set in place. Once in place, the remainder of the room was built around it.

  • Southern Research Institute, Biosafety Lab III for HIV Research

    Renovations to the holding rooms and testing areas of a Bio-Safety Laboratory used for contract work with the government and various institutions. Numerous lab tests occur daily within the controlled spaces. The largest challenge was the removal of the old Auto-clave and installation of a new, larger Auto-clave using a crane to set in place. Once in place, the remainder of the room was built around it.

  • Southern Research Institute, Biosafety Lab III for HIV Research

    Renovations to the holding rooms and testing areas of a Bio-Safety Laboratory used for contract work with the government and various institutions. Numerous lab tests occur daily within the controlled spaces. The largest challenge was the removal of the old Auto-clave and installation of a new, larger Auto-clave using a crane to set in place. Once in place, the remainder of the room was built around it.

  • Southern Research Institute, Biosafety Lab III for HIV Research

    Renovations to the holding rooms and testing areas of a Bio-Safety Laboratory used for contract work with the government and various institutions. Numerous lab tests occur daily within the controlled spaces. The largest challenge was the removal of the old Auto-clave and installation of a new, larger Auto-clave using a crane to set in place. Once in place, the remainder of the room was built around it.