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Project Highlights

  • 120,000 SF total
  • $45,000,000 total
HARVARD UNIVERSITY HARVARD UNIVERSITY

Naito Chemistry and Bauer Life Science Buildings

HARVARD UNIVERSITY
Cambridge, Massachusetts


Naito Chemistry Building 
60,000 SF stand-alone research facility for organic, inorganic and physical Chemistry.  This site is part of a new scientific building quadrangle with the final phase being a Life Sciences Building.

Bauer Life Science Building  60,000 SF building houses the Center for Genomics and Proteomics.  Facility allows for modular / flexible MEP systems enabling them to adapt to the dynamic changes of Genomic and Proteomics Research, including 900 SF of Clean Room and Robotics Lab.  The building also acts as a physical link between the Naito Chemistry Facility and Sherman Fairchild Research Center. 
 

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