AGI, Abbie Gregg, Inc.
  Arizona State University | Biodesign Institute, Phases I & II
     
  > Awarded Lab of the Year by R&D Magazine, May 2006
  Building B, LEED Certified: Platinum
   
  Project Location:
> Tempe, Arizona
   
  Architectural Firms of Record:
> Gould Evans
> Lord, Aeck & Sargent
   
  Project Size:
> 170,000 gross SF in Phase I
   
  Construction Cost: 
> $147.5M Phases I & II
   
  Professional Services Completed:
> 2004
   
  Project Status: 
> Phase I Opened, Dec 2004
> Phase II Opened, Jan 2006
   
  Project Features:
> Below Grade Imaging Space
> BSL3 Laboratories
> Building Design includes an open, flexible interior that
> encourages research collaboration and lets the building
> evolve to fit specific project needs
   
  Services Provided by AGI for Project:
> EMI and Vibration Analysis and Recommendations
> for Abatement
> Verification of EMI Abatement
> Peer Review and Layout of BSL3 Lab Suites
> HVAC Review for BSL3 Capability
   
  Building Uses:
> The Biodesign Institute building project is Arizona’s largest
> investment in bioscience infrastructure to date. The Institute's
> master plan calls for more than 800,000 square feet of
> advanced research space in four connected buildings.
> Research and education in the following fields:
> biotechnology, biomedicine, nanotechnology,
> information technology and cognitive science.
   
  Key AGI Personnel:
> Abbie Gregg, Cleanroom Consultant
> Lara York, BSL 3 and Imaging Laboratory Consultant
> Craig Rossrucker, Cleanroom Consultant