University of Pittsburgh, Thomas Starzl Biomedical Science Tower, 12th Floor Laboratory

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project at a glance

The renovation of a laboratory floor in the University of Pittsburgh's Thomas Starzl Biomedical Science Tower included 44,500 square feet of upgrades and changes to create a consolidated, modern, flexible, open laboratory space with associated support spaces and chemical fume hood alcoves.  The renovation allowed the University to consolidate its Vascular Medicine Institute and the Division of Pulmonary, Allergy and Critical Care Medicine research activities. Fixed equipment included two autoclaves, two glassware washers, two ice machines, 14 bio-safety cabinets and 11 fume hoods.  The project team used building information modeling for mechanical, electrical and plumbing trade coordination. 

Work was completed within a fully occupied research lab building.

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