Wayne State University, Eugene Applebaum College of Pharmacy Building

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The Eugene Applebaum College Pharmacy Building is a 270,000 square foot facility with six levels: three research and teaching laboratory levels, one level of academic and administrative offices, and two levels of classrooms. The building’s upper three levels have two distinct components: a laboratory block and office block. The lower two floors are accessed by the building’s main street level, which accommodates the majority of classrooms, learning resource center, 200-seat auditorium, and the pharmacy practice drug information center. The student lounge is also located on this level. Major mechanical spaces are located on the lower level and in the penthouse.

The facility is a mixture of educational classroom, library, auditorium, laboratory, and animal research facilities including BSL-1, 2 and 3 labs. The laboratories range in size from 1,000 to 3,000 square feet. Seven (7) new sterilizers were placed throughout the facility. The BSL-1 labs include a combination of biosafety cabinets, chemical fume hoods and casework. The BSL-2 labs include biosafety cabinets, chemical fume hoods along with a sterilizer. Two BSL-3 labs are featured within, which are comprised of four rooms. The gowning room is the entrance point and includes an air shower interlock. The lab has two separate areas with casework and a biosafety hood, including a double door sterilizer for clean and dirty side separation. All labs are supplied with HEPA air and isolated exhaust systems.

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