AGI, Abbie Gregg, Inc.
  Harvard University | Laboratory for Integrated Science and Engineering (LISE)
  Project Features:
> Urban Area Issues Including Interface to 4 Adjacent Buildings
> Nanotechnology Cleanroom
> Class 10, 100, and 1,000 Spaces (ISO Class 4, 5, 6)
> Waffle Slab, Multi-Story Building, Portions Below Grade
> E-Beam Lithography
> Imaging Suite and Biotech Laboratories
> Materials Synthesis / MBE / MOCVD
  Project Location:
> Cambridge, Massachusetts
  Architectural Firm of Record:
> Wilson Architects
  Project Size:
> 17,306 SF Cleanroom
> 126,000 gross SF in Project
  Project Delivery:
> Design-Bid-Build
  Construction Cost: 
> $100 M
  Professional Services Provided:
> 2001 - 2007
  Project Status: 
> Construction Complete
> Cleanroom Operational
  Services Provided by AGI for Project:
> Cleanroom Design: Programming thru Construction Documents
> Construction Administration
> Layout
> Utility Matrix Development
> Tool Research
> HPM Analysis
> Vibration and EMI Consulting
> Specialty Systems Design
> Demolition and Site Work Plan Review
> Gas / Chemical Analysis
> Value Engineering
  Building Uses:
> The LISE Building houses many Center for Nanoscale
> Systems (CNS) facilities, tools and offices.
> Laboratories are housed in the one-third of LISE that is
> above ground. The three-level basement houses a shared
> cleanroom, facilities for materials synthesis, bio analysis,
> bio engineering, and a microscopy suite.
  Key AGI Personnel:
> Abbie Gregg, AGI Project Executive
> Craig Rossrucker, AGI Project Manager
> Mark Winter PE, Chemical Engineer
> Lara York, Cleanroom Consultant, EMI and Vibration
> Michelle Hartig, Industrial Engineer, CA Project Manager
  Client Testimonials:
> “…the effort and thought [the AGI team] put into the [Harvard University] CNS workshop yesterday was extraordinary. You took an incredibly complex issue and resolved it in a simple, clear and thorough manner. Thank you very much for this effort. I was incredibly impressed and it reinforced my conviction that I want AGI to be our first option on future endeavors. Keep up the great work.” ~ Mark Reed, Wilson Architects, regarding Harvard University Laboratory for Integrated Science and Engineering (LISE), March 2007

> “. . .I wanted to say thanks for all that you're doing on this intricate project.  It's a project where a misstep now can cause real problems later, and I appreciate your attention to detail and expertise.” ~ Larry Muench, Harvard University, October 11, 2002