Department of Pharmacology

The project renovated outdated laboratory and administrative space to create open plan laboratories for the Department of Pharmacology.  The open plan concept allows for a higher density of use, as well as greater flexibility in accommodating changes in lab group size. In addition to open plan labs, the project creates new tissue culture facilities, an equipment room, a microscope room and faculty offices. Public corridors, elevator lobby and restrooms also were upgraded as part of the project.

Project Fact Sheet

Project Location: William Black Building

Client: Department of Pharmacology

Project Program:  Two new large open labs, three tissue culture rooms, five offices and support space

Project Scope:  Gut renovation for new open laboratories, associated support spaces, and offices, restrooms and corridors,  including major infrastructure replacement

Project Area: 6,000 GSF

Special Feature(s) or Highlight(s): Open plan research labs

Architect: Mitchell Giurgola

MEP Engineer: TAS Engineering

Commissioning Agent: Grumman|Butkus Associates  

Contractor: Hellman Construction

Completion: May 2021