Scientific Workplace Fit-Out
Approximately 20 people die each day awaiting an organ transplant. Understanding that human donor organs may never fully meet transplant demand, eGenesis is committed to ending the global transplant shortages through their research in xenotransplantation, which is the process of transplanting living organs, tissues, or cells from one species to another.
To increase capacity and drive innovation, Flad assisted the client with their 52,400-square-foot expansion of their corporate headquarters which involved the tenant fit-out into new laboratory and office space. The 16,400 square feet of laboratory space included the fit-out of tissue culture and open lab spaces to support their cloning research. The additional scientific workplace areas offer support space for the laboratories, as well as additional administrative support space.
In addition to providing full architectural, laboratory, and interior design services, Flad provided wayfinding signage and the design of graphic elements for additional impact.
The resulting facility accommodated up to 160 work stations with 17 closed offices, as well as multiple conference rooms of various sizes and seating arrangements to support collaboration. The lab accommodates 100 bench spaces with up to 50 biosafety cabinets for tissue culture. Amenities include a large café are and a smaller break area on a separate floor.
This new facility supports the vital work eGenesis is pursuing to improve patient outcomes and save lives.