University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Burnett-Womack Clinical Research Building

Renovation of the nine story Burnett-Womack Clinical Research Building comprising both laboratory and office space. The building includes a clinical trials and training facility containing imaging and diagnostic equipment and a BSL-3 laboratory suite. Improvements in the building include an upgrade to current laboratory planning standards, replacement of outdated engineering systems, upgrades for code requirements including fire and life safety and ADA compliance, integration of flexible systems for casework and utility distribution, and improvements to all laboratories and offices including the replacement of casework and equipment.

This is the recipient of an Eagle award for Excellence in Construction from the Associated Builders and Contractors Carolinas Chapter, 2007.

Project Data
LOCATION SIZE SERVICES CLIENT ARCHITECT
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 176,600 square feet Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing, Fire Protection, Audio-Visual, Communications, Security University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Lord Aeck Sargent Planning & Design, Inc.

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