AGI, Abbie Gregg, Inc.
  University of Pennsylvania | Wolf Nanofabrication Facility (WNF) Infrastructure Renovations
  Project Features:
> Nanotechnology Cleanroom
> HPM Corridor and Storage Areas
> Infrastructure Upgrades: Process, HVAC, Architectural,
> and Life Safety Systems
  Project Location:
> Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  Architectural Firm of Record:
> URS Corporation
  Project Size:
> 1,950 SF Cleanroom
> 3,300 Gross SF. Renovation
  Project Delivery: :
> Design-Bid-Build
  Construction Cost:
> ~$1.2M
  Professional Services Provided:
> 2006 – 2009
  Project Status:
> Construction Complete
> Facility Opened in Jan 2010
  Services Provided by AGI for Project:
> Cleanroom Design: Programming thru Construction Documents
> Layout
> Utility Matrix Development
> Tool Research
> HPM Analysis
> Specialty Systems Design
> Tool Installation Design
> Code Consulting, including Variance
  Building Uses:
> The existing microfabrication lab is a compact, flexible
> laboratory for the design, preparation and manufacture of
> small structures using current photolithographic techniques.
> It has been in use, with minimal renovation, since its
> construction over 20 years ago.  In late 2006, the University
> began a project to renovate the infrastructure to accommodate
> the install of sophisticated nanotechnology tools.
  Key AGI Personnel:
> Abbie Gregg, AGI Project Executive
> Mark Winter PE, Chemical Engineer and AGI Project Manager