Science + Technology / Description
Today's science and technology environments need to support a broad spectrum of collaborative research and study needs. This translates into laboratory and research facilities that feature flexible research environments, connective spaces that encourage formal and informal interaction, appropriate support spaces, safety and security measures, and first-rate resources and amenities. BNIM's approach to designing these highly-specialized building types focuses on balancing complex mechanical and technology infrastructure requirements, human health considerations and accommodations required to support precise and delicate research scenarios.
The Odum School of Ecology at the University of Georgia will be worldâ€™s most sustainable academic lab building.
This research facility creates a dynamic, interactive environment conducive to research and learning on multiple levels.
The BNIM-designed buildings will add 410,000 square feet to the Qualcomm campus.