Georgia Tech Parker H. Petit Biotechnology Building

The four story Parker H. Petit Biotechnology Building is part of a biocomplex that facilitates the interdisciplinary research programs of faculty and their research groups including both graduate and undergraduate students. The building has dedicated features and functions to create an atmosphere where groundbreaking ideas are born and nurtured into practical benefits for mankind. Specific spaces in the building include a magnetic resonance laboratory, cell culture facilities, an X-ray defraction laboratory, a vivarium for mice and other small animals, BSL-3 suites, and a biomodeling laboratory for computational approaches to problems in biology and medicine, as well as administrative support areas.

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LOCATION SIZE SERVICES CLIENT
Atlanta, Georgia 148,900 square feet Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing, Fire Protection HOK

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