Engineering and architecture for multiple projects at existing campus, including development virus and killed virus labs. Aseptic clinic filing suite, BSL-3 laboratory upgrades, clean rooms, animal testing and holding, and more.
Development of comprehensive laboratory design guidelines for a major collegiate research hospital including pros/cons of existing laboratory infrastructure and layout, systems integration, diagram drawings, preferred products, LEED/sustainability strategies, and more. Led a charrette worksession with end-users to arrive at an unified vision for all departments.
Architectural and engineering for multiple projects completed for manufacturer of human prosthetics including manufacturing reconfiguration, fit-out of existing building for manufacturing expansion, offices and cafeteria, HVAC and electrical upgrades, locker rooms, and additional projects.
Renovation of an entire wing into open plan research laboratories and support spaces, including Mass Spectrometer and Tissue Culture labs. Also included were administrative support areas, conference rooms, and staff lounge facilities.
Working with a quasi-government developer, Nutec provided architectural and engineering design for a new 144,000 sq. ft. research, light (clean) manufacturing, and office building for one of nation’s leading manufacturers of orthodontics, endodontics, and dental implants.
Complete renovation of three open laboratories and associated work stations as well as an Animal Tissue Culture laboratory and Tissue Culture laboratory.National Institutes of Health (bldg. 10 CRC) – Complete renovation of three open laboratories and associated work stations as well as an Animal Tissue Culture laboratory and Tissue Culture laboratory.
Pharmaceutical Medical Device Clean Manufacturing – This challenging project entailed engineering in support of a 25,000 sq. ft. of existing, unfinished space to create ISO 7 and ISO 8 clean rooms for manufacture of delivery systems for injectable drugs and vaccines.
Major mechanical and electrical upgrades to the existing buildings at Fort Detrick as well as design of a new laboratory prototype, which was adapted for a new Bio-Safety Level (BSL) 3 Aerosol Biology Suite. Another laboratory renovation was completed to create new BSL-2 spaces.
Once a chiller is manufactured, it needs tested for conformance. Nutec’s relationship with this Fortune 500 firm spans several decades, and this project marked our fourth chiller testing facility collaboration, including two in Pennsylvania and two in Texas.