Scripps Biomedical Research Facility, Phase I
Florida Atlantic University needed a 41,000-SF research lab building to serveas the temporary home for Scripps Florida. As the third building in a master-planned quadrangle, the exterior elements and finishes tie in with the exisitng buildings.The facility was designed for a high throughput automation laboratory in a class 10,000 clean room environment; chemistry and biology labs; BSL2 and BSL3 laboratories; ABSL2 and ABSL3 vivarium; radioisotope room; chemical waste storage; and state-of-the-art core facilities labs.
Constructed utilizing tilt-wall panels in keeping with university standards allowed for speedy construction. The entire project, from design to finished construction, was completed in 13 months.
At a glance
Chemistry and Biology Labs
BSL2 and BSL3 Laboratories
ABSL2 and ABSL3 Vivarium
Chemical Waste Storage
13-Month Project - Design through Construction
High Throughput Automation Laboratory
Tilt-wall Panel Construction
"I am happy to recommend the architectural firm of [LEO A DALY] for their design and overall supervision on the FAU/Scripps Joint Use Building. This project was done on a fast track basis with a limited budget and essentially two clients. I am looking forward to working with this group again soon and would recommend them without hesitation to prospective lab clients."
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