March 21, 2019

MIT.nano Wins ACEC/MA Gold Award for Engineering Excellence

Pictured From Left to Right: Matt Leslie, Martin Deluga, Peter Johnson, Cris Copley, Travis Wanat, Scott Lebow, Samir Srouji
Pictured from left to right: Matt Leslie, AIA, LEED AP (Wilson HGA); Martin Deluga (MIT); Peter Johnson (Turner Construction), Cris Copley, HFDP, LEED AP (BR+A), Travis Wanat (MIT), Scott Lebow, AIA, LEED AP BD+C (Wilson HGA), Samir Srouji, AIA LEED AP (Wilson HGA)


We are extremely proud to announce that MIT.nano has received the ACEC/MA Gold Award for Engineering Excellence! This award was received at the ACEC/MA Gala on March 20, 2019. Under the Direction of MIT Senior Project Manager Travis Wanat; Wilson HGA Design Principal Samir Srouji; Turner Construction Project Executive Peter Johnson; BR+A Principal-in-Charge Cris Copley; and BR+A Sustainable Design Leader Jacob Knowles; the project sought to create the highest performing and most energy efficient academic cleanroom in the country.

Through innovative applications of advanced engineering concepts, MIT.nano saves more than 50% in energy costs over the LEED baseline and reduces the overall carbon footprint. The project exceeds the current needs of the program and provides the flexibility to adapt as those needs change. MIT.nano is accelerating, modernizing, and supporting vital research, which will lead to discoveries and imaginative solutions that will define our era.

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