The Center’s design has two distinct sides, a five-story clinical pavilion and six floors of research, separated by a glassed-in atrium. The clinic occupies two floors.
The classroom building is the new home for the College of Life Sciences at Brigham Young University. It provides updated spaces and equipment for the students and faculty and includes 16 teaching labs, four conference rooms, three auditoriums, and more than 70 academic offices.
This six-level building houses the research facilities for the University of Utah‘s School of Medicine, including pathology and biochemistry. It includes laboratories and conference areas with the latest technology and equipment. The space is designed for researchers to gather, interact, and discuss each other’s research.
The Salt Lake Technical Center is home to OSHA’s National Laboratory, National Health Response Team, and OSHA’s electronic-compliance assistance tool development services. The building functions as the national laboratory for comprehensive lab testing of products and processes – air and water quality, soils, strength of materials, hazardous materials, sound, light, etc. – that relate to the American workplace.
The Molecular Biotechnology Building was developed through the Utah Science Technology and Research Initiative (USTAR) to house 24-30 principal investigators and their research teams. The facility’s laboratory space, faculty offices, symposium space, conference space, and public areas are designed to provide an environment that supports collaboration and encourages interaction of faculty from diverse disciplines.
The Utah Science Technology & Research Initiative (USTAR) is a state-funded investment to strengthen Utah’s “knowledge economy” and generate high-paying jobs. The BioInnovations Center houses highly-advanced life sciences laboratories and provides researchers the resources to seek cures for human and animal diseases.
Dedicated to the study of childhood and family cancers, this latest addition doubles the Institute’s research space.
The new five-story facility serves as a hub for BioFire’s international operations and consolidates five Research Park buildings into one. The headquarters for this innovative diagnostics company blends office, manufacturing, and labs into a structure that complements the surrounding hillside.