AGI, Abbie Gregg, Inc.
  Massachusetts Institute of Technology | MIT.nano
Nano-Materials, Structures, and Systems Facility
  Project Features:
> Entire project designed in Revit
> 41,000 NSF, 2 floors of cleanroom with partial subfab
> Class 100, 1,000 and 10,000 spaces (ISO Class 5, 6, 7)
> 13,200 NSF dedicated PI cleanrooms for MOCVD, MBE, roll to roll, and other technologies
> 18,000 NSF below grade imaging
> 2,600 NSF HPM areas with systems serving 3 above-grade floors
  Project Location:
> Cambridge, Massachusetts
  Design Architect:
> Wilson Architects
  Project Size:
> 5 story
> 210,000 GSF
  Project Delivery:
> Construction Manager At Risk
  Professional Services Provided:
> 2010 - 2014
  Project Status: 
> Under Construction, enabling projects completed 2015, expected completion 2018.
  Video - MIT.nano:
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  Services Provided by AGI for Project:
> Acoustics, EMI and vibration site survey, analysis and site selection for the future facility – AGI authored
> Conceptual programming / feasibility study for the future facility – AGI authored
> Programming – In conjunction with Wilson Architects Inc.
> Schematic design – In conjunction with Wilson Architects Inc.
> Wet hood study geared towards sustainable goals – AGI authored
> Each phase of design included: Layout and utility matrix development, tool research and HPM analysis, acoustics, EMI and vibration consulting, specialty systems design, gas and chemical analysis, budget review and value engineering
  Building Uses:
> The new MIT.nano facility will consolidate and support the Institute’s nanoscale research activities, providing ultra-sophisticated technologies and facilitating accelerated scientific discovery.
> MIT.nano will bring together research and equipment related to nanotechnology and materials that are currently spread across several different areas of campus enabling technologies including MOCVD, MBE, roll-to-roll processing, prototyping and packaging as well as provide next generation high resolution imaging spaces.
  Key AGI Personnel:
> Abbie Gregg, Cleanroom Consultant
> Michael Hillebrand, PE, Mechanical and Electrical Engineer
> Craig Rossrucker, Vice President of Design
> Mark Winter PE, Process and Life Safety Lead