Client Georgia Health Sciences University

Medical College of Georgia - Neuroscience Research Labs

Augusta, Georgia

The renovation design for the 16,000-SF of laboratory space accommodates neurological research on rodents, as well as the development and assembly of brain probes for non-human primates. The third floor main laboratory is a large open molecular research space and includes eight, large work benches with sinks, work bench area and desk space at each bench location. The second large laboratory is the electrophysiology research lab which includes workstations for making probes for both rodents and non-human primates. The Class 100 clean room is provided with seven workstations adjacent to the main lab. Additional spaces include a tissue culture room, an electronics laboratory, a dry laboratory/electronics tool room, a large equipment room and a server/data storage room with UPS area and a radioisotope room.

At a glance

16,000 SF

Electrophysiology Research Lab

Class 100 Clean Room

Tissue Culture Room

Electronics Laboratory

Dry Laboratory/electronics Tool Room 

Equipment Room

Server/Data Storage Room

Radioisotope Room

Features

Laboratory space accommodates neurological research on rodents, as well as the development and assembly of brain probes for non-human primates.

Services

Programming

Architecture

Engineering:  Mechanical, Electrical 

“I've had the pleasure of working with LEO A DALY on several projects at the Medical College of Georgia, ranging from a minor renovation (under $200,000) to a major, complicated laboratory renovation (over $7 million). They have done several feasibility studies for MCG as well for laboratory space and Non-human Primate research space. We have found them to be attentive to the college's needs, and extremely responsive to those needs, offering their expertise and guidance. Their designs for renovation projects have been planned and executed in a professional manner with the design being completed on time, and the project bid within budget. Their services during construction administration has been exemplary.”