Addition of three ISO 7 cleanrooms on the Ninth Floor of the North Pavilion for the Duke Translational Research Institute Group.
Architect: RRMM Architects, PC
Associate Architect: The S/L/A/M Collaborative, Inc.
The two story Systems Research and Academic Building houses instructional and interdisciplinary research clusters directed toward integrating complex systems in an environment of rapid technological change. The building allows for collaboration and cooperation across disciplines that are often housed in separate departments with separate disciplines and colleges. The flexible instructional space and research space accommodates the current and future needs of research-intensive disciplines including Biological Systems, Chemical Systems, Modeling and Simulation, Physics, Computational Mechanics, and Nanotechnology. The building contains project and research laboratories, an ISO 6 cleanroom, and a two story multipurpose area.
Phase II of the five building Shelby Center for Engineering Technology includes cleanrooms, high-bay laboratories, teaching laboratory spaces, and faculty offices. The cleanrooms include ISO 4, 5, 6, and 7 spaces for nanotechnology and chip manufacturing research. The high-bay spaces include hybrid propulsion laboratories with cranes, engine test cells and student project areas. Other laboratories include design, manufacturing, simulation, materials, fluids, heat transfer, tribology, rotating machines, vibration analysis, biomechanics, and flexible laboratory spaces.
Architect: pattern r+d, llc.
Renovation of the two-story rotunda of the Blake R. Van Leer Building to create the Interdisciplinary Design Commons. The Commons features fabrication and prototyping space, including a machine shop, a production shop, a semi-cleanroom, a spray booth, and the largest electronics-oriented makerspace in America.
Housing the Division of Laboratory Sciences, the National Center for Environmental Health is a five story building that includes specialized spaces such as BSL-3 space, large analytical equipment laboratories, radioisotope laboratories, tissue culture laboratories, a Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) suite, ISO 6 cleanrooms, an ultra toxin containment laboratory, chemical storage, radioactive and chemical waste area, and autoclave rooms. This building achieved LEED Gold certification, and is the first federal laboratory to earn this certification.
Offering support and guidance to emerging biotechnology companies commercializing technologies primarily derived from New Orleans-based universities, the New Orleans BioInnovation Center provides tenants with wet laboratories, office space, and conference spaces; and caters to a wide variety of companies, ranging from pre-startups and start-ups, to maturing and expanding businesses. Laboratory spaces range from bench space for individual efforts to full laboratory suites. Each laboratory is environmentally isolated with fume hoods, emergency backup systems, administrative space, dedicated phone and data lines, and access to shared equipment. Contract documents were also provided for an 11,000 square foot FDA compliant clinical manufacturing facility, including ISO 6, 7 and 8 cleanrooms.
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Addition of three ISO 7 cleanrooms on the Ninth Floor of the North Pavilion for the Duke
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