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The Ferchill Group, The University of Pittsburgh
Life Sciences (Pharmaceutical/BioTech)
Interiors, New Construction
165,000 sq. ft.
Payette Associates, Strada
This project consisted of a new five-story core and shell, 165,000 sq. ft. building with adjacent site amenities. The exterior is a combination of curtainwall, metal panels, and cast stone veneer. The sitework included a plaza to the north, a landscaped edge along the east river, and a recessed loading service. Under a separate contract, Turner also completed the laboratory / office fit out for the University of Pittsburgh Health Sciences Department in this building. Turner took a leadership role and coordinated the work between the building owner, BPA II, Ltd., the University of Pittsburgh Health Sciences department and the architect. The lab and office space was constructed on floors 2-5 and had an extremely aggressive schedule for a lab project. The labs are biology labs and include laboratory casework, glass washes, walk-in refrigerators / freezers, etc. This required a large exhaust system and a new 85,000 CFM rooftop unit to supplement existing units.