Project at a Glance
Client: University of Pennsylvania – School of Engineering and Applied Science
Architect: Paul Steege & Associates and Burns Engineering
Location: Philadelphia, PA
This lab renovation project of approximately 3,630 square feet was designed by Paul Steege and Associates in conjunction with Burns Engineering, Inc. The project took place within the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences’ Moore Building and consisted of the reconfiguration of two existing labs into entirely new lab spaces. The existing lab spaces were totally demolished and new partitions, lab casework, finishes and MEP systems were installed.
Categories of work included: sawcutting, demolition, miscellaneous cast in place concrete, metal fabrication, unit masonry, roofing, flashing, sheet metal, carpentry, hollow metal, wood doors, finish hardware, glass and glazing, gypsum drywall, acoustical, painting, VCT, rubber base (sheet vinyl alternate), metal laboratory casework, laboratory fumehoods, blackout curtains, window treatments, plumbing/HVAC, sprinkler and electrical.