AGI, Abbie Gregg, Inc.
  University of Michigan | SSEL Cleanroom Expansion and Dr. Steve Forrest Labs
     
  Project Features:
> Solid State Electronics Lab Expansion
> Three Levels – Subfab / Cleanroom / Fan Deck
> Clean Class 10 to 100 with Raised Access Floor
> MEMS, CMOS, Novel Materials
> Submicron Lithography
> eBeam Litho
> MBE and Special Materials Processing Labs
  Project Location:
> Ann Arbor, Michigan
   
  Architectural Firm of Record:
> SmithGroup Inc
   
  Project Size:
> 25,229SF Cleanroom Addition
> 266,183 gross SF in Facility
   
  Project Delivery: 
> Design-Bid-Build
   
  Construction Cost: 
> $27.5 M
   
  Professional Services Provided:
> 2004 - 2007
   
  Project Status: 
> Cleanroom Operational
   
  Services Provided by AGI for Project:
> Cleanroom Design: Programming through Construction
> Documents, and Feasibility Studies
> Layout (As Built and Proposed Expansion)
> Utility Matrix Development
> Specialty Systems and HVAC Consulting
> HPM Analysis / HMIS / Code Compliance Analysis
> Tool Install Design
> Wet Hood and Chemical Storage Design
> Vibration Pedestal Design
> Relocation of OLED, Display, and MBE custom tools from
> Princeton to University of Michigan
   
  Building Uses:
> The SSEL manages academic programs and conducts
> research on the theory, design, and fabrication of electronic,
> optoelectronic devices, circuits, and microsystems (MEMS),
> as well as on organic devices, novel characterization and
> metrology techniques and nanofabrication technology.
   
  Key AGI Personnel:
> Abbie Gregg, AGI Project Executive
> Craig Rossrucker, AGI Project Manager
> Mark Winter PE, Chemical Engineer
   
  Client Testimonial:
> “I believe this is the most thorough and clear SD design narrative I have seen in my 15 years at UM. Very Good Job!” ~ Ken Berringer’s University of Michigan Owner Review Comments, August 2004