SUNY Polytechnic Institute -- Buffalo, New York
CHA led the design effort for the fit out of a 100,000 sq. ft. medical innovation and commercialization hub focused on creating a pharmaceutical development portal with a construction cost of $50 million. The laboratory space included a variety of different types of labs, including biochemistry, medicinal chemistry, mammalian tissue culture, equipment, microbiology, biology, NMR, and analytical laboratories. These facilities included support equipment such as walk-in freezers, cold and warm rooms, fume hoods, biosafety cabinets, incubators, autoclaves, and other laboratory benchtop and floor-mounted types of testing equipment.
Several mechanical rooms were designed with centrally located equipment to support the production of RO/DI water, clean steam, N2, CO2, process air, and emergency power with UPS systems where appropriate.
Services Provided by CHA:
- Planning and Layout Basis of Design
- Architectural Design
- Structural Design
- Mechanical Design
- Process Design
- Electrical Design
- Bid and Construction Phase Services