Our team provided commissioning services for laboratory optimization for the Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology. This multistory building anchors the biotechnology corridor at Georgia Tech and is designed as two wings joined by a common connector. The North and South wings comprise classrooms, laboratories, offices, and a lecture hall, while the connector primarily provides public gathering spaces for students to congregate and study. The U.A. Whitaker Building boasts over 90,000 SF of space, with much of it serving as research space for the Biomedical Engineering Department, a joint program between GA Tech and Emory University. Research involves field and lab investigations in the fields of Cardiovascular Biology & Biomechanics, Cellular & Tissue Engineering, Neuroengineering, Biomedical Imagining, and Biomedical Modeling.
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