Clemson University Life Sciences Facility

The Life Sciences Facility is a flexible laboratory, teaching, and faculty office environment, and is the first phase of a Life Sciences Quadrangle on the Clemson campus. The building supports the College of Agriculture, Forestry and Life Sciences. The teaching space includes three microbiology teaching laboratories, including support for upper-level undergraduate and graduate level classes. The building accommodates twenty-three principal investigators and their students, along with technical and service support staff. The common thread of research emphasis is on microbiology, biochemistry, food safety and genetics. Sustainable features include chilled beams, condensing boilers, and daylight harvesting.

Project Data
LOCATION SIZE SERVICES LEED CLIENT
Clemson, South Carolina 94,570 square feet Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing, Fire Protection, Commissioning LEED Gold certification Perkins+Will

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