Providing a quality education is best done in a quality facility. Gardner/Fox can help you design exactly that. Our Architects have the knowledge and training you can trust to create a functional facility where your faculty and students can thrive.
Building a new space in an active laboratory demands the utmost attention to detail. Job site protection, material staging, phasing, and adept scheduling allow us to deliver projects that exceed our clients’ expectations. Gardner/Fox makes building-out your new space a safe and efficient process for everyone involved.
For over 30 years, Gardner/Fox has been partnering with labs in the Philadelphia area to build new, state-of-the-art facilities. We work closely with our clients and their entire team to deliver successful projects. We offer both Construction Management and General Contracting services, which often include pre-construction services – including constructability, budgeting, scheduling, & early procurement.
Gardner/Fox has been providing Philadelphia and the Main Line with award winning design and construction for over 30 years. Our unique divisions are housed under one roof, which allows us to expedite projects faster, and communicate with you effectively. Contact us today to get started on your next project.
Gardner/Fox worked with HOK and Strada Architecture to complete 125,000 sq. ft. of tenant fit-out at 3675 Market Street, Wexford Science & Technology’s newest addition to uCity Square, a 6.5 million square foot mixed-use community consisting of retail, residential, clinical, office, and laboratory space concentrated around an open-air public square.
Fit out 1200 sf of new wet lab space for Drexel University at the 3711 Market Street Science Center. Construction included a darkness room with an incubator and a biosafety cabinet, a work room and a wet lab with moveable benches, two permanent BMC laboratory fume exhaust hoods and a flexible snorkel exhaust.
Six-week fit-out of 1,845 square foot of laboratory space, including the procurement of specialty items. The scope included a work lab, bio-safety area, and freezer room housing fourteen tissue freezers and liquid nitrogen storage tanks. Special requirements included chemical resistant work surfaces, fire rated and acid resistant casework, a high-volume fume hood with constant volume bypass, and independent mechanical systems for heating and cooling.
Our experts will take the time to understand your project, answer questions and share valuable insight. Schedule your free project consultation today.