With more than 400 scientists working on basic and clinical research projects, Georgetown University sought to renovate and consolidate its Organic Chemistry Research and Teaching laboratories. The project site, located directly over newly renovated, occupied labs, required careful, detailed planning of all new utility runs.
This total-floor renovation included phased, coordinated relocation of labs and new equipment coordination. Installing new organic chemistry hoods required a new roof and rooftop equipment.
Teaching, training and research all benefit from this new space, specifically to accommodate scientists’ needs. An adjacent office suite and modular equipment provide collaboration opportunities and future flexibility.