AGI, Abbie Gregg, Inc.
  University of Louisville | Shumaker Research Center, Micro/Nano Technology Center Cleanroom
  Project Features:
> Nanotechnology Cleanroom
> Class 100 and Class 1,000 Areas
> Facilities Support Areas
> HPM Storage Areas
> Bio Cleanroom
  Project Location:
> Louisville, Kentucky
  Architectural Firm of Record:
> OMNI Architects
  Project Size:
> 10,000 SF Cleanroom
> 106,000 gross SF in Project
  Construction Cost: 
> $47.8 M
  Professional Services Completed:
> 2006
  Project Status: 
> Construction Complete
  Services Provided by AGI for Project:
> Peer Review of Design
> Alternate Design Recommendations
> Risk / HPM Analysis
> Chemical and Gas Analysis and Specifications
> Tool List Development
> Layout
> Utility Matrix Development
> Vibration / EMI Consulting
> Wet Hood Design and Specification
> Reflected Ceiling Plan
  Building Uses:
> UofL engineers with specialties in MEMS, bioMEMS,
> nanotechnology, electrooptics, biomechanics, bioengineering,
> microfabrication, and theoretical and applied physics, work
> alongside scientists from the College of Arts and Sciences
> with expertise in molecular, cellular and structural biology and
> medicinal and combinatorial chemistry, and with cancer and
> genetic researchers from the Schools of Medicine and
> Dentistry. Together they work on joint or related projects at
> the forefront of biology, medicine and engineering.
  Key AGI Personnel:
> Abbie Gregg, Cleanroom Consultant
> Lara York, Cleanroom Consultant
> Andy Paschall, PE, Cleanroom Consultant