Genomics Lab Renovation, Case Western Reserve University

Cleveland, Ohio

With project goals of allowing for Good Clinical Laboratory Practice (GCLP) workflows and meeting Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA) standards, Hasenstab Architects designed a new Genomics Laboratory at Case Western Reserve University’s School of Medicine. The 1,600-square foot lab, which is located in the HG Wood Building, provides a wide range of genomics services, including genome sequencing, RNA-Seq, genotyping and epigenetics. In addition to an open lab area with bench space and built-in workstations, the project also includes faculty offices, staff work areas and a (Pre-PCR) workroom. The renovation was completed in two phases with demolition of the proposed project area first to allow for discovery of unknowns prior to design.

2017

Year Completed

Cost

1,600 SF

Size