Wayne State University Engineering Core Lab Renovation

Owner: Wayne State Univeristy Board of Governors
Project Cost: $638k
Completed: August 2012

The Wayne State University Engineering Core Lab Project located at 5050 Anthony Wayne Avenue involved renovations to the Second Floor Rooms 2336 to 2348 of the Main Engineering Bldg totaling 2,910 square feet of space. This renovation included all new ceilings, light fixtures, epoxy flooring, new wall, furniture, three fume hoods, Laboratory equipment and Book Cabinets.
Some of the technical design incorporated into this Core Lab includes, special areas such as, Tissue Culture room, Microscopy room, Electro Spinning room, Freezer farm and Graduate student office as workstations for researchers.
Furthermore, the electrical and mechanical systems were upgraded and a completely new sprinkler system was incorporated. The newly renovated area also received epoxy flooring that is stain and chemical resistance for the researchers. The glass windows were completely enclosed to define other study areas dispersed throughout the rest of the second floor.
Finally, the lighting design completed the overall design concept with a variety of fixtures each selected to enhance the various spaces and functions. Task lighting was provided at all computer stations for independent research group.

KEO has just completed extensive renovation at Wayne State University Engineering Core Lab. We would thank WSU for the opportunity The Detroit Zoological Society will soon be unveiling the newly completed Belle Isle Nature Center which KEO is on the final leg of completing associated punch list items. Special thanks to DBA and DZS. In July 2013, KEO was awarded the renovation of Owen Jax Community Center in Warren. We thank the City of Warren and look forward to including the City on KEO happy list of satisfied clients.

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