NYU Langone Medical Center, Science Building

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The Science Building at New York University’s Langone Medical Center is an 18-story, 365,000 square foot medical research facility and home to the school’s Neuroscience Institute. It features ten floors of bio-laboratory space, wet labs, research areas, public conference space, food service areas and support spaces, as well as two mechanical penthouse floors.
 
While still in the design phase, Hurricane Sandy deluged the eastside campus with 15-million gallons of water. As a result, the team fortified the exterior of the building with flood walls and automated barriers at street level entryways. For additional resiliency, MEP systems were raised above the DFE and utilities from the campus’ cogeneration facility were fed across the roofs of adjacent buildings. To minimize disruption to the active campus, the team prefabricated key MEP components that allowed them to successfully complete the infrastructure tie-ins without impeding NYU’s operations.

 

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