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SkylightsThe organization of the spaces provides the Sterile Fill Pilot Plant and vivarium with direct adjacency to loading docks. The remaining research space is organized using the basic laboratory module to fit-out 45 labs and support units. Lab support areas include 14 controlled environment rooms, molecular modeling and ‘labcat’ workstations, several shared equipment rooms, compound library, reference sample library, central glassware washing, and chemical/solvent and radioactive waste storage rooms. Lab scientist workstations are placed directly outside the labs in groupings under skylights.
DrywallsInside, two interconnecting levels of galleries work off the main lobby space and main access stair and are further connected by a ramp. The gallery lofts have different sections and offer a variety of natural and artificial lighting conditions as well as sectional views from one gallery into the next. Finishes inside are basic – painted concrete floors and drywall - and are appropriate for the demanding flexibility required for displaying modern art.
FramingConstruction began on the new production facility in early 2010. As of late March, the steel framing on the building was nearing completion, and the stairwell and elevator shaft masonry work was complete. The expansion was completed in April of 2011.
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Irrigation SystemsThe computer and telecommunications facility is at the heart of the operation. Two of the largest Tandem supercomputers made, the K-20,000, provide data and processing power; the system is designed as a fault tolerant system with 100% redundancy for all processors and controllers. Voice and data are fed into the facility through six T-1lines; the phone switch is a Northern Telecom Meridian Option 61. Over 200 modems, both general use and dedicated dial-up modems, are in use. The systems are protected by a 150kv UPS system backed up by a 250kv diesel generator. A pre-action sprinkler system provides fire protection.
LandscapingJacobs/Wyper, Architects was the architect of record for this project with Adele Naude Santos Architects. The artist Mary Miss collaborated on the landscape design of the quadrangle under a major grant from the National Endowment of the Arts.
Room AdditionsMr. Lisle also has extensive experience with projects that focused on the pharmaceutical-bio and life sciences industry. These projects involved both new construction and additions and renovations to existing facilities. Mr. Lisle’s experience includes design and organizational leadership with strong emphasis on establishing and maintaining excellent client relations, project conceptualization, and multi-project direction of design teams through all phases of design and construction. Prior to joining Jacobs/Wyper, Mr. Lisle has served as Managing Principal and Public Safety Market Segment Leader for L. Robert Kimball & Associates.
New ConstructionMr. Felicetti joined Jacobs/Wyper in October of 2006 as an Architectural Designer, and was made Associate in 2010. Prior to joining Jacobs/Wyper, Mr. Felicetti brought with him more than 6 years of experience in documentation of renovation and new construction projects. He has also been leading the office’s conversion to Autodesk’s 3-d modeling software Revit. At Jacobs/Wyper Mr. Felicetti has participated in the following projects as a project architect/project manager...
RoofingCollege Avenue provides a very strong architectural context of typical Lancaster single family housing stock - brick structures, white trim, simple gabled slate roofs and front porches - that the new structure respects in the primary volume that fronts the Avenue. In back the building departs from the norm with stronger colors and newer materials. The entire structure is roofed with an unfading grey Vermont slate.
SidingArchitecturally, the project employed the use of a very simple shed form that allowed a light and airy space for the main exercise room as well as loft space for mechanical equipment over locker rooms and other support space. Campus standard materials and colors, including brick and metal siding, were chosen for the exterior.
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