The initial scope of the project included assisting the master plan for the 16-acre site, surcharging the building foot print, site work and phased construction of the 120,000 square-foot building. The building was constructed with spread footings, a mezzanine catwalk system above the clean rooms, and precast concrete panels, brick, glass and metal panel facade.
Phase I consisted of a 57,000 square-foot service and production wing and a 53,000 square-foot organ donor call center and library area. Phase II was a 10,000 square-foot packaged materials and bio-medical warehouse addition. Phase III provided the build-out of existing shell space and contains laboratory and testing services.
Owner: LifeNet, Inc.
Architect: Lyall Design Architects