AGI, Abbie Gregg, Inc.
  Vanderbilt University | Engineering and Science Building
     
  Project Features:
> 6,350 SF Cleanroom with 4,500 SF Chase/Gown areas, and 2,000 SF Tool Lab
> Class 100, 1,000, and 10,000 Spaces
> 6,400 SF Imaging
> HPM Gas / Chemical Rooms
  Project Location:
> Nashville, TN
   
  Architectural Firm of Record:
> Wilson Architects
   
  Project Size:
> 7 stories above grade, 2 below grade levels, 240,000 GSF
   
  Project Delivery:
> Construction Manager At Risk
   
  Professional Services Provided:
> 2010 - 2014
   
  Project Status: 
> Completed and in use July 2017
   
  Video - Time Lapse of Construction:
> Time lapse
   
  Services Provided by AGI for Project:
> Lab planning, architecture, and engineering for:
> Cleanroom and support spaces including utility chases, gowning room(s), and staging areas.
> Imaging / characterization spaces.
> HPM rooms and lab areas.
   
  Building Uses:
> The Engineering and Science Building is designed to promote project teamwork and offer programs, instrumentation areas and core research space that encourage interdisciplinary work, in engineering and related fields
> A cleanroom and advanced imaging facilities provide capabilities needed to advance discoveries in areas such as nanocomposites, smart materials, advanced energy storage and nanobiotechnology.
> Five floors of the building support an assortment of research laboratories and new programs designed to attract and retain top academic leadership in the School of Engineering, the College of Arts and Science and the School of Medicine.
   
  Key AGI Personnel:
> Abbie Gregg, Cleanroom Consultant
> Craig Rossrucker, Vice President of Design
> Mark Winter, PE CSP, Senior Technical Staff– Process, Safety Lead
> Ciel Villawatkins, Process Lead
> Michael Hillebrand, PE, Mechanical and Electrical Engineer
> Craig Tesson, BIM MEP Coordinator