The Pearson Organic Chemistry Laboratory is a discovery based laboratory that introduces students to combinatorial chemistry. The 8,500 SF project comprised three floors and required the conversion of existing labs, offices and student spaces into a new laboratory space while the building remained fully occupied and functioning. Extensive changes to the building’s mechanical systems included installation of a new heat recovery system and were performed around the building users’ schedules. New laboratory equipment and furnishings consisted of fume hoods, teaching fume hoods, lab casework, benches, bio-safety equipment, resinous laboratory countertop and lab gases. This complex phased renovation project was completed on an expedited basis without disruption to ongoing academic and research functions.
Goldman Reindorf Architects
Construction Management & General Contracting
Occupied Space Expertise