This new $65 million building was constructed in the heart of the Washington University Medical School campus. The official name of the new construction is the Scott McKinley Research Building. The building will house the lab departments of genetics, genome sciences and systems biology, internal medicine, developmental biology and radiology. The building stands at 6-stories tall and occupies over 215,000 sq. ft. One of the requirements on this project was providing the highest quality and finish for laboratory wood casework. CiF Lab Solutions was able to meet the standards of this project’s requirements.
Location: St. Louis, MO
- Project Size: 215,000 sq. ft.
- Total Construction Cost: $67 million
- CiF Contract: $650,000
- CiF Premium E-Line Rift Cut White Oak Wood Casework
- Lab Crafters Dimension Flexible Lab Table
- Lab Crafters Air Sentry Fume Hoods
Project Delivery Team:
- Architect: Christner and Good Clancy
- Laboratory Planner: Jacobs
- General Contractor: Clayco Corporation