Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Integrative Genomics Building // University of California, Berkeley

New four-story, research office building and 5,000 square foot separate modular utility plant. The building will contain both wet and dry laboratory space, office space for researchers and program managers, a computation center, and warm and cold rooms for research.

The building’s purpose is to accommodate two existing research programs for the Department of Energy. The programs will be centered on research initiatives in bioenergy, carbon cycle, biogeochemistry, and systems to promote computer modelling of gene and protein functions.

The project is pursuing LEED Gold certification.

Owner: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Scope: Research Building:80,800 SF
            Utility Plant: 5,000 SF
Cost: $70 million
Completion: Estimated 2020
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