National Cancer Institute - Building 37 Modernization
As part of a development management team in a public/private partnership, LEO A DALY was responsible for the renovation and modernization of Building 37 for the National Cancer Institute on the campus of the National Institutes of Health. The existing 300,000-SF laboratory research facility was inefficient, overcrowded, and outdated. All of the utility systems and finishes within the building were replaced with more reliable and efficient systems, and the interior spaces were reprogrammed and updated using current standards. From the elevator core to the building envelope, the building was modernized over the course of eight years, while remaining operational.
At a glance
300,000 SF Renovation
New Utility Systems
Reprogrammed Laboratory Space
Continuous Operation during Modernization
Construction Administration Services
"It has been a pleasure working with LEO A DALY in the development of the National Cancer Institute's Facilities Plan for the Future....As a partner in the planning of this effort, LEO A DALY has been instrumental in helping NCI shape its vision, and establish a path for achieving it."