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Biomedical Sciences Facility

Santa Cruz, California
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The University of California, Santa Cruz Biomedical Sciences Facility is one of several science buildings on campus that together create a biomedical “research cluster” organized by research interest rather than department. This facilitates interdisciplinary collaboration and addresses the research and teaching goals of UC Santa Cruz.

EHDD’s design for the Biomedical Sciences Facility consists of four floors of laboratory, office and administrative functions over a basement level vivarium. This unique space provides interdisciplinary wet laboratory space and core specialized facilities for scientists concentrating on health and medical issues from Molecular and Cellular Biology, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Environmental Toxicology, and Biomolecular Engineering.
The project achieved LEED® Gold Certification.

Client
University of California at Santa Cruz
Size
94,695 SF
Awards
2015 Merit Award: Architecture - AIA SF
Certifications
2013 LEED Gold - U.S. Green Building Council
Energy Use Intensity
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Measured: N/A
Scope
Architecture
Interior Design