Aduro Biotech: 740 Heinz Tenant Improvement

Life sciences core/shell engineering extends to phased anchor tenant improvements.

By Affiliated Engineers October 15, 2019

AEI worked with Bay Area life science developer, Wareham Development, to design core and shell MEP systems for a speculative research/office space for a new four-story, 110,800 SF facility in Berkeley. AEI coordinated unknown future tenant needs with Wareham to determine appropriate infrastructure systems to serve a variety of combinations of single or multiple floor life science tenants that would require a mixture of office and R&D labs. Provisions for standby generator power, laboratory fume hood exhaust fans, future L-occupancy exhaust fan systems and gas cylinder needs were taken into consideration as were future tenant compressed air and laboratory vacuum pumping systems.

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