Rutgers University Center for Integrative Proteomics Technologies

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project at a glance

The four-story Center for Integrative Proteomics Technology at Rutgers is approximately 74,000 square feet and includes new offices, conference rooms and laboratories, a combination of wet/dry labs, Mass Spectrometry, X-Ray Crystallization and NMR imaging suites and is aimed at promoting research and education of biological, mathematical and physical biology. 

The ground floor houses imaging suites and shared instrumentation. Upper floors house the Protein Data Bank and the BioMaPS Institute for Quantitative Biology, aimed at promoting research and education at the research of biological, mathematical and physical biology.

The project included architectural work such as gypsum board construction, door assemblies, ceiling systems, interior finishes, specialties and equipment, building envelope (masonry, insulated metal panels, windows, roof assembly), and structural work such as poured concrete footings and foundation walls, steel structure and metal deck at the roof, concrete plank and slab on grade. Mechanical work included HVAC systems, rooftop equipment, plumbing and fire protection.  Electrical work included lighting, equipment, devices and power distribution.

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