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Project overview

Business Unit(s)

New York

Year Completed



New York University

Client Industry


Scope of Work



70,000 sq. ft.


Ennead Architects LLP


Risk Management
Supply Chain Management

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New York University, Center For Comparative & Functional Genomics

Preserving and Enhancing Historic NYU Lab Facility

This 70,000 sq. ft. laboratory building houses chemical and theoretical biologists for New York University. The project encompassed three buildings with historic masonry-bearing walls, façades, original wood floors and wood floor joists dating back to the late 1800's. The historic façade was structurally reinforced and maintained as the buildings were restored and incorporated into the final design. In addition to the build-out of laboratory, classrooms and an auditorium, the project included demolition, excavation with extensive underpinning.