AGI, Abbie Gregg, Inc.
  University of California Irvine | Materials Research Institute (IMRI) TEM/SEM Facility
  Project Features:
> Tool Set:
  > Two Scanning Transmission Electron Microscopes (STEM) Highest Resolution Available
  > One Cryo TEM Bio Applications
  > One TEM
  > One Focused Ion Beam Field Emission SEM
  > Biosafety Cabinet
  > Fume Hood
  > Other Prep Lab and support for Bio and Materials Prep Equipment
  Project Location:
> Irvine, California
  Project Size:
> Approximately 8,000 Square Feet
  Professional Services Completed:
> Site Selection, Programming, and Design
  Project Status: 
> Instrument rooms and Prep labs complete, Instruments installed 2016
  For Additional Information, Click Here:
> IMRI Website
  Services Provided by AGI for Project:
> Site Evaluation & Selection
> EMI, Vibration, Acoustics Testing for multiple sites under consideration for the proposed center
> Programming for several location options on the UCI campus Renovation vs. Greensite
> Core & Shell building design support: MEP and Architectural for EU3 site
> Specialty labs design: 4 TEM Facilities, FIB / SEM, and Prep Labs
> Preliminary ROM Cost Estimates
  Building Uses:
> The Transmission Electron Microscope (TEM) facility is used for observing and understanding the behavior of matter at the atomic scale. This suite enables the scientists at UCI to directly image the structure and composition of their specimens, both biologic and inorganic.
  Key AGI Personnel:
> Abbie Gregg, Lab Consultant
> Mark Alavi, PE, Project Manager / Process Engineer
> Dan Novac, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP
> Mark Winter, PE CSP, Senior Technical Staff – Process, Safety Lead
> Dorothy Machorro, Lab Planner