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Scott & White Dr. Prockop Laboratory Renovation

Scott & White Dr. Prockop Laboratory Renovation | Temple, Texas

This three-phased project consisted of the renovation of a Good Laboratory Practices (GLP) lab, Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) lab and small laboratory. The laboratories support adult stem cell research conducted by researchers from the Texas A&M Health Science Center Institute for Regenerative Medicine.

Project Scope

The 44,000-sq.-ft. GLP lab includes 13 double lab modules, four single lab modules, seven tissue culture rooms, three linear equipment rooms, a darkroom, microscopy, histology, office, conferences rooms and workrooms. This portion of the project was completed in a fast six months to accommodate the owner's need for research space.

The GMP lab was constructed in space adjacent to the occupied GLP lab, and was validated by the FDA. The 7,700-sq.-ft. space includes four production rooms, a quality control room, cell freezing room and offices.

A SketchUp model was used to coordinate shop drawing with the stainless steel wall vendor in Colorado, which saved time on the schedule and improved the quality of the final product.